Saturday, May 8, 2010

Prints on wood



An artist that I have always admired is Jane DesRosier. She has a class tutorial for $10(!!!worth so much more than that) about the process of adhering prints successfully to wood. There are several steps and I ordered exactly what she suggested. They look wonderful after you get it on and it's really fun. You probably wouldn't know that it was a print unless specified. So I have been working with a few prints with some birch wood that I have here at the studio and I decided to list a few.

16 comments:

Janie Husband said...

They look great, Martha....I'll have to check that titorial out...

CelticWoman said...

wow, you are just flowing out some awesome work, love them both. Hugs

Mary said...

Marthy, these are fabulous. You are right, they look original!! (I even enlarged the photo) :)

Buffy said...

Wow,these look great,I love how clear they look. I think I'm gonna have to buy that tutorial.

DJ said...

Beautiful work with a substantial look to it on the birch. The colors are rich, also. You're so talented!
I lived/attended school in Sparkle City for years; what school did you go to?

Julie Bagamary said...

Very nice.

Renee Troy said...

I love them Martha. It's a good way to sell prints.

DJ said...

I got my master's degree at Converse in 1995; an excellent school! :-)
Now, I live in between the triangle of Sptbg & Columbia & Greenville.
How long were you here? Four years of college?

Becca said...

Very beautiful Martha! I love your paintings and love how the prints look on wood.

Jennifer DeDonato said...

They look wonderful!!! Great job!

Jennifer DeDonato said...

where did you take this class?

Beedeebabee said...

Sooo pretty, Martha! Have a lovely Mother's Day, Sweetie! xo Paulette

Jennifer DeDonato said...

I don't think she offers this class anymore. I checked her website and just couldn't find it anywhere. :(

freebird said...

These look great. Cute idea too.

CARMELINA LOUNSBURY said...

I love that you are always learning new things! keeping art fresh, fun and alive for yourself!

these prints on wood are pretty cool, Martha! well done!

ciao bella
creative carmelina

peggy aplSEEDS said...

wow, they do look great!

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