Silkscreen Prints

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Silkscreening is a complex and highly skilled method of reproduction. An art form in its own right, each colour is printed separately meaning the process to complete the edition can take months. As it is done by hand, there can be slight variations in each one. Also known as silk-screening or serigraphy, silkscreen printing involves using a tightly stretched mesh or screen (hence the name!). The first step is to mount the silkscreens over your chosen canvas, with a separate screen for each colour. Once the screens or stencils are in place, artists roll, press, sponge or squeegee their ink or paint over the silkscreens to leave a design.


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Oil painting is a slow process because you have to wait and be patient when adding layers it is however worth the wait as the finished results are worth it.


Gouache is bright and strong and is great for working out doors for fresh immediate results and is easy to transport and work with and that's why I just I love it


I like to take acrylic painting out with me when I am plain air painting but only occasionally as I now paint mainly in oil. I love acrylic and I also love oil

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