I take no credit for how brilliant the work is, none of this is my own, but I hope it shows some of the techniques possible. They range from screen printing, monoprinting, photograms, cyanotypes, blockprinting, ceramics, and more immersive/ conceptual ideas such as the archeology workshop run with Offset Studios for the Mark Dion show at the Whitechapel and the Bread sculpture parties I run at Birdsmouth studios with Eva Freeman. Do contact me if you are interested in finding out more. I love teaching and I am currently available to pick up some more work in this vein.
Wednesday, 29 August 2018
Posted by R de Borman at 18:59
Thursday, 23 November 2017
Well I can honestly say I've never worked so long on any one piece before but here is my first quilt. The colours are even better in real life. I am very proud of this as I really never believed I could do the whole thing myself. It it made of appliqued and embroidered hand dyed silk pieces. The printed / painted silks are made using cut paper and pressed grasses. Available now at The New Craftsmen
Posted by R de Borman at 12:17