We had such a blast printmaking with guest artist Lyna Lou Nordstrom last Wednesday! We used a printing plate made from firm set gelatin. The process is pure aesthetic play: inking, adding different marks or textures, printing, wiping the plate clean and adding more to layer up the prints. We used some inks that were somewhat transparent so that the colors would mix when printing on top. SO MUCH FUN!
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