Thursday, June 20, 2013

More Gelli plate.


It’s so hard to resist playing with the gelli plate, and really why try. Jane Davies has recently shared her masking process here. She takes it a lot further into her collaged artwork.


 I used liquid acrylics on watercolour paper. I have a new roller now and have promised that I will not abuse it,as it works so nicely.


 I took a photograph of part of a print and then added text using the ipad. I then printed that part out on vellum and collaged it onto one of the prints.


 My son is just about to move into his new (I'm so envious) loft studio and so I gave it to him as a sort of studio warming card.
More colour added.

By the way a big thank you to those discriminating people who have recently bought my blurb book.

6 comments:

  1. These are lovely - especially the one including text. I love the contrasts between the round coloured shapes and the straight black print.

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  2. Wow, Jackie, I love these prints!

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  3. That is such an interesting process and such great work it makes. Must give it a try. Jayne x

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  4. Fantastic shapes and the text addition works brilliantly!

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  5. your gelli print enthusiasm is contagious! For a start i bought two sachets of gelatine today...

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