Wednesday, August 18, 2010


Yesterday's first day of class was an enthusiastic group who took to printing like experts, although two of them had never printed before.
Here is Cathy, early in the day with one piece in process-- and later, some of her work on the board.
I wish I had taken a "before" of Sandra's piece because it was a perfectly ok first layer.  However, the second layer made it into a smashing piece.

Sandy was hard at work with her screen and was ultimately delighted with her first-layer results. I expect that these prints may change today.
That's it for now: more later.  In the meantime, I am off to class for day #2.
I'm having a great time meeting people whose blogs I read (Sandy and Sandra, for starters).  Ta ta for now.


lu summers said...

hello! i've been reading your blog with interest for a couple of reasons: i'm a print maker and i live in suffolk (just outside newmarket) and i'm off to the nec with my mum on friday for a few days! i just thought it was a nice coincidence :) i have 3 quilts in the show, and can't wait to come up and have a couple of children free days and to get inspired. the print workshop looks great fun - i hope you have a really brilliant show.

Karoda said...

uh oh...this is so inspiring and makes me itch to return to my studio tomorrow :)

have fun rayna!

upstateLisa said...

looks like such fun!

Approachable Art said...


See you in Kalamazoo!

Gerrie said...

Brings back great memories of the fabulous fabric I made in your class. Say hi to all the bloggie friends.

Terry Jarrard-Dimond said...

Looks like you are having a wonderful time! Great results too.

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