Untitled laughing woman – Monoprint on paper
I’m really excited to show you one of my latest prints. Print is definitely my first love and I am loving this new technique I’ve found! 🙂
As Yet Untitled – Print and Collage by Debbie Osborn
First I’d like to thank all those who came on Saturday, you made it a fantastic day!
Here is an over view for those of you who couldn’t make it and who follow my blog.
Sketch book work and research.
Centre piece installation – stone and textile.
Mono prints with collage.
More sketch book work.
Clay with cotton thread
Stone study – acrylic and oil pastel
It was a really satisfying experience and a chance for me to look at my work too. Thanks for your support! 🙂
Here’s an update on the progress I’m making with my Stones exhibition. I’m thoroughly enjoying getting ready for it as I gave myself lots of time. This is where I’ve got to so far 🙂There maybe some familiar pieces but there will be some surprises too! Also everyone who comes will get a free program 🙂
I’m loving the warm weather, being able to be in my studio with the doors open. Here are some more mono prints I’ve done using my gellatine plate.
I used honesty seed heads freshly picked from the garden, they have not become brittle and so are more durable.
I do love printing, you never know what’s going to happen, each one is a surprise reveal. I’m very pleased with these prints and I think the colours and textures are great! 🙂
How lovely that some of my work is now for sale in The Martlet Bookbinding shop in Little Walsingham, here in Norfolk. The proprietor Allan Barton took delivery of these pieces on Friday.
I’ve been having great fun with my gelli plate prints.
Greeting cards, art papers,small stab bound note books and Gift tags.All ready to come with me to the Castle Acre Art and Craft fair on Sunday 🙂