Thursday, January 23, 2014

Gelli prints

These are my first experiments on paper using the Gelli plate.
The next two are my favourite prints.
I guess you can see that I'm into trees and cherry blossoms at the moment.
I find that the most difficult part is not to forget taking notes about which paint and medium I'm using. It's especially true when I get a nice texture effect I'd like to be able to reproduce.

The sakura quilt is still on my mind, but I got a bit carried away with all this monotype thing.
Next is a picture of the first Gelli prints I did on fabric.
I did many more prints on fabric using different kinds of acrylic and fabric paints. I'll try and take pictures tomorrow.

6 comments:

sharon young said...

I love the effects you're getting with these gelli prints, they look so beautifully calming and subtle.

Marlis said...

Your prints are beautiful - so much "Françoise"!

You make me want to start "gelliprinting" immediately! Guess I have to order a plate. I know how to make them myself, but it's so much easier to have a plate ready whenever you want to print.

Linda Stokes said...

Gorgeous Gelli prints!
I must get back to doing some more soon.

MargaretR said...

Lovely work with the Gelli plate Francoise.

dutchcomfort said...

The gelli prints look so wonderful with all the subtle details!

marsha said...

absolutely beautiful