Sunday, 1 December 2013

Collograph printing onto rice paper (need to find a tougher paper to allow less colour clumping and retain the luminosity)

Vessel collograph onto Mulberry paper

Fabric and  altered pumice gel give a textured surface that is the perfect height for relief prints. Cotton prints well with manual pressure.

Cloth printed from a pumice gel printing plate can give a nice grainy texture to add colour and embellishment with all kinds of possibilities.
 Drawing into the pumice gel with a stick can produce subtle imagery in print onto a fine cotton.


  1. I love what you have done with your collographs.

  2. Thanks for sharing, Michele. Hilary