Spontaneous Screen Printing Class

10 07 2012

Beth gets ready to print with a glue screen.

Beth’s freezer paper prints.

Laurie’s unique pumpkin prints

Mark tries adding color to his freezer paper prints.

I love how this one turned out.

Jan works on a piece of commercial cloth, adding more designs to it.

One of Jan’s paper designs.

This is another of Mark’s designs. It took him a while to paint this design on the screen, consequently some of the dye dried and when he printed it, it had a breakdown printing appearance to it.  Of course, I love that.

Susan paints some of the open areas of her prints.

Some of Suzy’s work.

A pretty cool freezer paper screen made by another Beth in the class. I really like this screen design.




7 responses

10 07 2012

Great pictures. Love seeing everyone’s work. My arm is in the last picture!! Fun, fun class.

10 07 2012

I wish I had gotten a good photo of you! Waaaa! Yep, I did get your arm and part of your rainbow colored shirt!

11 07 2012

Great fun with great results. Thanks for sharing Kathy.

11 07 2012

Thanks for stopping by, Pam!

11 07 2012

What fun – some great work!

13 07 2012

Such a fun day, Kathy! I put up some photos of my pieces at: http://still-life-pond.blogspot.com/ Got to play a little more yesterday–things are batching…

6 09 2012

That looks like a blast and those pumpkins are to die for!!

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