I begin by assembling a variety of textures under the screen (bubble wrap, flat glass stones, rubber gloves, string, rubber bands, etc.). Next, I place the screen over the arranged textures and pull thickened dye over screen and let it dry. The dye dried in the screen becomes the image to print. I print using clear print paste (a sodium alginate solution – derived from seaweed). Each print slowly releases dye making each print slightly different. Click the Events link for my demonstration schedule.

Dyed Screens
Painted Screen Fabric
Stone Screen
Stone Fabric
Printing with Layers
Before Layers
After Layers
Multiple Layers Textures Colors