Tuesday, May 26, 2009


Hello again. Sorry I've been MIA but I've been working steadily in the studio since Sunday. The holiday weekend was a blur and I did not have a chance to come near the computer except to answer a few misdirected e-mails I had never seen till now. I did get a lot of deconstructed screen printing done, however. Here are a few I am pleased with. Click on them to get a better look. It's been a while since I have done this so steadily and I still have plenty left in some of the screens. I'm looking forward to going back and using them on some of the other fabrics languishing in my studio. Maybe tomorrow afternoon after I get the non-studio chores out of the way. I'm also rearranging my space: it looks less glamorous but is more user-friendly, so we'll see how it plays out. Glad to be back with you.


Eva said...

These are gorgeous! I like 2 and 3 best. The subtlety of colours! Though they remind me of traumatic historic events like this grid-like wall that was left on Ground Zero. Intention?

Judy said...

Love your pieces Rayna! At first glance, the top one looks like a plaid!
Gerrie and I are here in KC for the week. I'm taking dsp with Kerr and having a ball. Now I know why you two are such good friends! ;-)
Take care.

Vivien said...

Gorgeous! I really do want/ need to learn how to do this.

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