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Al dente Art

A couple of days ago, I came across a T-shirt company whose slogan is “Perfectly imperfect”. I gaped in mild dismay “That should be my slogan” I thought ” They have my slogan!! Imperfection is definitely MY thing!” It’s true, I do like my design a little under-cooked, which is why I love printmaking so …


The Yin and Yang of the Mommy-Artist

I used the plastic lid from my son’s box of trucks as a plate for inking my roller yesterday. It’s been that sort of week. Two birthdays, one ear infection, Walk To School Week, and around 50 shirts to iron and label for the fair. I’m running on a cocktail of tea and pure adrenaline …


Taking advice from a five year old

I showed my recent mono-print experiments to my 5 year old. “What do you think?” I asked waving the images in front of her face. She looked up from her My Little Pony coloring book and gazed critically at the work for a good minute, no expression on her face. Then she cocked her head …


Mono-printing magic

A quick post.  I just wanted to share this with you. Mono-printing is ridiculously fun. If you haven’t tried it, get yourself to an art store and buy yourself a sheet of vinyl, a carving tool, some ink and a roller….OR….carve a potato and get printing. Today I made this print: …and these bookmarks for …

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