Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Another Gelatin Print X-Book

This X-book is a bit brighter than the last one. These are a great way to use up all those extra gelli prints! I am looking forward to trying other book forms with my extra prints.

I am taking a workshop this weekend called Experimental Monoprinting at Mass College of Art. I have been hunting and gathering my materials which is no easy task. The list is quite a laundry list of supplies. Most of which I already have but of course, some of which I don't. So off to Dick Blick today to gather up the remainder of items on the list.

I am looking forward to the class. I haven't taken a class or a workshop in quite some time due to my surgery and other matters. I never know when I will be free to take classes. But I signed up for this one and it looks like I will actually be going!

I'll let you know next week about all the new things I learned.

13 comments:

rosaria williams said...

I had no idea these things existed!

Jessica Sporn said...

I am really loving all of your book making. I just ordered that book. Love your color choices and print designs. There is something very organic and nature inspired about your work. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving such kind words.

quinncreative said...

Love this gel print! And I love the X-book. This one is like a frame for those lovely, warm images.

quinncreative said...

Love this gel print! And I love the X-book. This one is like a frame for those lovely, warm images.

Quinn said...

Love this gel print! And I love the X-book. This one is like a frame for those lovely, warm images.

iHanna said...

What a beautiful "thing" that thing is! :-)

Roberta said...

You will love that book! I can't stop. I feel like Julia and Julia!

Roberta said...

Thanks Quinn!

Roberta said...

Thanks iHanna!

Sue said...

Greay way to showcase a couple of prints....and I love the simplicity of this folded book. Thanks for following my blog:) I've added yours to my list of favs.

Terrie Purkey said...

I'm so glad you left me a comment so that I could find and visit you. I just love your blog! Your art is beautiful and I enjoyed seeing your book models. I have a book by Alisa as well and keep meaning to try lots of her styles, but thought I had to have a 'book' idea in mind. Why didn't I think of just making some models to see which appealed to me most? Guess that's why we share.....so others can benefit from our brainstorms. I'm the lucky one for having found your blog -

Karen Isaacson said...

gorgeous book! can't wait to hear about your class - it sounds wonderful.

john said...

Don't you just love your gelli plate. This is a beautiful piece! The color and designs are especially drawing me in.