Some of the first activities are inspired by the kitchen!!
Students are encouraged to introduce their own favourite themes. On this page Berit used stencils and pastel to create these lovely positive and negative shapes of dragonfly.
How about this for high drama with a few well chosen pots on a table!
What is it about colourful, patterned jugs? Irresistible shapes aren't they - I can't be the only one who loves them!
Paper cutting and folding reveals the page below. Think children's' pop-up book and you'll get the idea!
Combining print techniques with a limited colour palette for graphic effect.
Making your own sketchbooks is fun and the perfect place to show off your printing skills.
Stitched spine bindings work beautifully for simple book construction.
Hope you've enjoyed seeing just a small selection of work Berit produced for the course. I'll prevail upon other unsuspecting students to share more pages with you soon.
Thanks for dropping by today! Talk to you soon - Linda