I’ve been having some very good days in the studio in the last few weeks! Lots of printing and getting ready for the Running with Scissors Maker’s Meal on October 16th and studio sale on October 18th. I was cleaning up my inking station after printing today and just had to snap this picture and …
Here is anther peek at my new project launching this fall, Filbert & Maggie Handmade, and a chance to own one of the first sets of 2 hand-printed and hand-sewn Maggie May napkins! Just leave a comment below by August 4th at 8AM (EST) if you are interested in the goldenrod Maggie May-print napkins seen …
I’ve been working on some drafts for table linens! These napkins are made from 100% cotton fabric that I’ve either screen printed my own drawing on to, or printed using a hand-carved woodblock then finished on the sewing machine.
I did some test prints on cotton fabric that came out quite well! I now have 3 yards of hand-printed fabric to become table linens or packaged as fat quartets for other folks to create with. What would you make or like to see made with this fabric?
A new hand-drawn image for a screen print, inspired by produce fresh from my garden!
I was very excited to be commissioned to make some large abstract prints in a style reminiscent of my work in 2008-2009. Here are some test prints (proofs or artist proofs) I made working out the concept and design.
Irises and Tiles, 18″x 18″ acrylic on canvas, 2014 Available for sale. Contact Rachel for more info at firstname.lastname@example.org
My amazing cooperative artist studio has launched a Kickstarter fundraising campaigner to help us build out the facilities at our new building, including new and much needed dedicated space and equipment for screen-printing and etching! Check out the amazing video about Running With Scissors Artist Studios, and see awesome “thank you” gifts here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1767218433/an-invitation-to-run-with-scissors
Here is my newest screenprint! It’s a two-color print, but at first glance you might not notice. The first layer of color is a barely-there glow of sunshine streaming though the windows and across the floor, made with some shimmering Golden-brand iridescent mixed with a touch of white acrylic and lots of transparent medium. On …
Getting ready for my next print in the studio, a print of a studio! Here I’m working on drawing my design on clear Mylar film. This will be used to expose my image onto my screen.