|The kitchen counter where we gellied.|
Those are all the papers I did - we used deli paper, copy paper,
Japanese paper, tracing paper, and some heavier white paper.
Rhonda from our Sunday at Maria's studio (which I *still* haven't posted about!!!) came for the day and we ran wild in my studio and kitchen.
So now I'm on the gelli train. Those things are addicting...
I didn't think to take a single picture while she was here, of us printing away, so you only get to see the aftermath, which is very cool.
After looking at the sorts of things other artists are pulling off their gellis, I can see that I need to work on my color choices and use of stencils and other mark making things.
Plus I need some more paint colors...
|Laid a fabric doily on the paint, then pulled it up |
and put down the paper.
Reminds me of old temple rubbings my dad
brought back from Thailand when I was a kid.
|The center one was done with one of Rhonda's large stencils.|
Isn't it funny how every new pursuit requires a bunch
of accessories - more paint, some big stencils,
some cool paper. $$$$$$$
|A better view of my favorites. The two one the left were done|
with metallic paint - pale blue first, then pale green over it in the center.
It's fascinating to me how paint from several papers ago shows up.
Click to see them big to get the full effect.
|Thanks for a great day, Rhonda! I'll save your seat for next time...|