Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Eco-Printing

Another great class at the San Francisco Center for the Book I taught this last weekend. I had eight great creative students. I added an additional technique of using a logwood blanket. It turned out to be a great addition.
dried papers with strips of logwood blankets

uses for printed papers

The flowers printed well.

A full piece of logwood blanket...beautiful!

More finished pieces of James.

Me, Julie, Mary, Anne, Melinda, Sherri, Mary, James and another student who did not want her photo taken, Brittany.

waiting for the papers to dry

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