I just finished up a big project for Fabric Printing.
We had to do a collection of 6 variations of a two-layer image we created. it may not sound like much, but it was quite a lot of work, but totally worth it. here are some shitty pictures of my prints: this is my clean print, the original basic design
printed on gold
printed on "wood" i found on the street then carved diamonds into
on felt and monoprinting w/ gold
i made a stencil with mylar
i found GOLD DOILIES! and i printed over one. i think its my favorite
im really liking this class, and my teacher works for the Fabric Workshop & Museum, where i'm going to try and get an apprenticeship this summer, so hopefully if i try really hard i can get a good recommendation!
i'm sorry fan-base (by which i mean nina) i've been slacking lately. ive been too busy and too lazy to post a few pictures and type a few words.
here is some of my work from last semester:
here is my final for sculpture 1. it got water damaged the day before the crit, and i messed up the bottom while moving it. its basically a fingerprint made out of cassette tape and pins on a 5x6 piece of plywood.
This is my multi-drop monotype. its a knitting pattern made with CYM. We rolled ink onto plexi glass and i used about 120 different qtips to remove ink to make the image. Sadly, because the registration was confusing, i printed the magenta layer upside down, hence why i decided to call this piece "knitting throw-up." i traded it for a nonsilver print from jason.
This is my multi-cut woodblock. in this process you repeatedly cut into one woodblock to make one image, This one is 4 layers. I wish i didnt make the feathers black and charcoal as i originally planned, but i was lazy.. hah
While im glad that semesters over, im drowning in this one already, but im producing a lot of work im really happy with, so i guess its worth it, right?