Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Teasel prints

Posting today, some small test pieces and a paper experiment for a larger piece -all including prints of teasel stalks and shapes derived from teasel drawings I've blogged about before.

Here, stalks and shapes on a simple white ground - not sure I want the repetition in the planned piece, but I quite like the contrast in shape ...


... and here, the shapes their own on a monoprinted ground ...



... and the last, the section of a planned larger piece - teasel stalks on painted paper ...


One day soon, I'll get as far as fabric and stitch ... I have plans - they're just rather slow to develop ...

6 comments:

  1. It's intriguing how different all three appear, even though you have used the same design. I look forward to seeing how this train of thought develops.

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    1. So do I! This idea has been long in the gestation and may go one of several ways yet ...

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  2. Lovely shapes and I particularly like the piece with the paper background.

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    1. Recognise the techniques at play here - remember all those little eraser print blocks? ... definitely Dionne-inspired!
      Hope the big piece is going places - and soon ,,, Will post when it does.

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  3. I like ALL of these! Can't wait to see what else you do with them!!

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    1. Thanks for your comment - this idea has been very long in the gestation. I'm still working on it. Must focus!

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