Gelli Printing with Janet Sheen

If you like playing with colour and pattern, this is the workshop for you!

On Friday 15th September, local craftsperson Janet Sheen will guide you through the techniques needed to produce unique, experimental sketchook pages.

This mono-printing technique uses acrylic paint on gelatine plates with found objects, templates and masks forming patterns. The result being colourful multi-layered pages for adding interest to scrapbooks or other creative projects. The process can be useful for overcoming a daunting white page or simply getting the creative juices flowing.

All materials are provided, although if you have a scrapbook, some objects or textures you would like to experiment with, feel free to bring them along.

The day (10.00-4.00) is £10/£15 per person and booking is ESSENTIAL on 01834 860

 

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Narberth Museum, The Bonded Stores, Church Street, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67 7BH

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