Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Fiberactions Challenge Details

Dynaflow color sample 1

Dynaflow color sample 2

Dynaflow color sample 3

Dynaflow color sample 4

Dynaflow color sample 5
My palette
'She Wore Her Rabbit Hat and Felt Confident' - Styrofoam plate print and Dynaflow textile paint on commercial cotton, 8.5" x 5.5"
I never take time to do much pre-planning when it comes to color, no mixing colors in advance, no color studies - but for the latest Fiberactions Challenge, that is exactly what I did.  You can see the two pieces I completed for the Challenge along with the other participants dynamic responses over at the Fiberactions Blog

My gelatin printmaking efforts have been making the move to fabric, which makes me glad, as I do so love stitching in addition to printing/painting.

'She Wore Her Rabbit Hat and Felt Confident, II' - intaglio technique gelatin print and Dynaflow textile paint on cotton, 8.5"x5.5"


  1. Oh, yes! I love it when you work on fabric, Sus--Always a wonder! Now I'll head over to Fiberactions and see the rest.
    best, nadia

  2. Love what you're doing with the gelli prints, sus!

  3. They came out wonderful Sus! - I love the combination of paint and still my heart :)

  4. wow, sus - fabulous!!! and color sample 4... oh my goodness. my favs there...

    i've been paying more attention to color mixing too. for the first time in my life i'm enjoying it! it's making a little sense!


  5. All of this is so great to see !
    Long live the Gelli !!!!

  6. I LOVE these! The colors are soooo gorgeous.

  7. Colour samples are incredibly satisfying to the eye and to the brain. They appear logical but often do not participate logically. Then you, Sus, add gel prints into the works and the eye candy explodes! Love it all. xo Carole

  8. Yup if I wore that rabbit hat I too would feel confident. Lovely imagery Sus I love them both and the colour study is great.

    Enjoy your weekend

    Helen x


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