Some of you know that we lived in England for four years.
When I was there life treated me and us on very good things.
I went to Winchester school of Art (Textile design/ Textile Art) and had Kiefer and Roemer. What a joy!
At Art school, I've learned how to screen print on fabrics. We did the whole works.
Dye and ink workshops (imagine gloves, glasses, mouth caps and special air suction above your workspace to mix toxin powders with base in every color imaginable.
'Glue your own frame' workshops, wooden and aluminum.
I still remember how the smell of glue made my eyes burn.
And of course the actual screen printing on the most weird fabrics we could find in charity shops.
We had a good time!
I thought it was time for me to get back in the saddle.
So I've booked myself a screen printing course across the street and yesterday was the first time again I've printed with big frames.
Things didn't go that well, but there is hope for the future! I sure had good fun.
Practice, practice, practice,
buy my own frames,
print at home.
Sell print in my shop.
Meet the monsters! (they are size A2!)