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Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Gelatin Plate Fingerpaint Monoprints


Here are two consecutive prints from the same plate onto the same piece of fabric.

And the tree . . . looking very fingerpainted, but with the right stitching and embellishments - should be stunning. Yes?

This particular print was done with fingers and paintbrush. I used a paintbrush to get the grass texture on the ground, but the sky was painted with fingers.

6 comments:

Vicki W said...

I am really enjoying these prints!

Beena said...

Absolutely love the tree, even without any stitching or embellishments as yet! It is gorgeous!

YukonRose said...

How fun to play like a kid again. I love gelatin prints and I bet its all squishy and cold and slippery. :-)

Dahn

Carol said...

Love them all. The tree is extraordinary. an instant classic!

Art by Rhoda Forbes said...

What an interesting technique and fabulous results. I much say it also looks like fun.
Yes, the tree is a beautiful piece!

Karen Newman Fridy said...

Isn't that the most fun process? All squishy and to add fingerpainting in the mix, well that's just pure fun!

LOVE the tree especially!