Nancy and I were members of a study group which met regularly to experiment with various techniques and projects. We all were weavers who liked to branch out! I showed them the video from Kerr Grabowski and we were off and running with breakdown printing.
In this example above, Nancy placed her screen right next to the previous print to cover the cloth completely. Below is an example of one style of putting the dye on the screen that we called our Jackson Pollack period because we dripped the dye randomly around the screen and let it dry.
Notice the lower one in this photo of Nancy at a gallery opening. The prints overlap and screens of different sizes are used to create the image.
For basic information on deconstructed screen printing, select that Label on the right or click here. You can also read about the process in the December 2014 posts by Beth and Judy.
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