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Monday, 22 November 2010

November Printers

I know how much you love seeing images from my screen-printing workshops so feel free to be inspired by last Saturday's class.

This pretty 2 colour floral print is the work of Rosemary Ballantyne. Rosemary loves quilting and sewing so this may end up being part of a patchwork.

Here's Rosemary printing up a storm.

Emily Banks experimented with geometric prints. She is quickly drying her prints here.

Emily's strong one colour print

and a 2-colour print.

Rebeca Crespin is proudly displaying (and rightfully so) her beautiful tea-towel design.

Mother and daughter team, Lisa Mattas and Kate Stacey, proved that they weren't just pretty faces.

How clever is Kate's bird design? This would look fantastic as a repeat. I enjoy designs that look great as a pattern from afar but then reveal a delightful "surprise" when you look closer.

Kate's randomly printed floral motifs on cotton create a lovely pattern, easily done with a small screen.

Organic print by Lisa based on sea anemones.

Lisa's ocean theme continues with these fish prints. It is a bit hard to see as they are white printed on white but they really look beautiful in reality.

Just one more workshop for this year (fully booked) and then I will need to focus on getting new work ready for our next trade show in February. A new class date has been listed on the website for March 2011. Please book directly on-line.

To view images from other classes, visit our Screen-Printing Class Designs page.


theoldboathouse said...

Great work looks like you all had lots of did the patient go? cheers Katherine

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Raine and Sage said...

Some great talent and prints there. I hope Zoe is okay too.

brismod said...

All the designs look great. The geometrics were very cool. x

Thea said...

Zoe is better, thanks for asking! She still has to wear the silly collar for another couple of weeks until stitches are safely removed.

Pesky Cat Designs said...

I always really enjoy getting a glimpse of all the creativity that takes place at your workshops!

Helen said...

Hi Thea,
thanks for your recent comment on my blog! I love looking at other people's studios and it's great to see workshops, especially print ones. I've really had a great time doing my own workshops and the energy and excitement you get from eager and talented students is so rewarding, just a reminder that we are in great jobs even if it is a bit tiring at times! Your studios and classes look fab. x

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