I had been looking forward to last week's appointment with the artist and printer Pål Gunnæs for a long time. My friend and I contacted him back in january because we wanted to learn how to screen print and we thought maybe Pål could help us, but it took until may before we found a date that suited us all.
I had not been to Pål's studio in the forest before and was totally blown away by the beauty of the place.
We started with a cyanotype print of an old, Norwegian broche, blew it up and printed it on transparent film.
This film was then transferred to the silk screen.
And this was the result of last week's printing.
We're going back to learn more this week - I can't wait!
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See more pictures from last years workshop here
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You can see more of my cyanotype prints here.
"Fine works of art never age, because they are marked by genuine feeling. The language of the passions, the impulses of the heart, are always the same."