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100 Days of Gelatin Printing: 21-28

Before I get to the gelatin prints, a couple of notes from my online shop:

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  1. All of my gelatin prints are available for sale.  They've been signed and matted in a beautiful bevel edge mat and now simply need to be placed in an 11x14 frame and hung on the wall.  If you see one on my instagram that isn't in the shop, I either haven't had time to mat it yet or it has sold.  Reach out to me and I can help you out.
  2. I have been sorting through our basement and I found some treasures.  Hopefully by next week, I will have some Art Foamies available for sale.  I also found some vintage Balzer Designs stencils.
  3. I'm starting to offer some live online classes via Zoom.  I will share more about that next week, but you can see the first listings are up in the online shop.
  4. I'm going to close the pre-orders for painted paper scrap packs on May 15.  So get your orders in so that I can get your orders to you!  :)

And now, the week in prints (These images are embedded from instagram.  If you can't see them, click HERE.):

With the exception of the first print, I think I can safely say that this has been the week of the mask.  I have been very drawn to using masks every single day.  I like the look, but should I be doing different things?  Is it okay to use the same technique over and over again?  I don't know the answer....

Thanks for stopping by!

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