This post is the product of serendipity, all those hours spent (wasted?) on Facebook finally paid off when a mutual friend posted about Ochre Print Studio in Guildford. I still can’t believe I hadn’t heard of them before, they are only 6 miles from me.
They offer a variety of print courses as well as open studio sessions and a variety of services such as photo emulsion exposure for silk screens.
I took a 2 day class with Annee Robson and think the results speak for themselves. I took the course with the plan to use the new skills on fabric but am suddenly hooked on printing with paper…. 🙂
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Ooooo, very nice Teri. You know how I love screen printing on paper 🙂
It is surprisingly addictive – I am already working on a couple of new stencils and a screen with drawing fluid for 2 new designs. I don’t think I have seen any of your prints on paper (other than your left over wool dyes on paper) have you posted them on your blog?
I always screen print on paper whenever I am also screen printing on cloth. So I’m sure I must have shown them on the blog but don’t remember when. I use them as backgrounds mainly.
Thank you 🙂