The previouspost ended with this image - the plate in place for overprinting yellow onto a red print. The shapes are stencils that had already been printed by being part of a red plate. Confused? I was, and am!
First item on the Day Three agenda was a slide show of various painters whose practice and output included prints - Edvard Munch, Joseph Albers, Picasso, Jim Dine's tools, Robert Rauschenberg, David Hockney, Lucien Freud, Glenn Brown, Sean Scully, Mimmo Paladino, Barbara Rae, Anselm Keifer, Howard Hodgkin, Ian McKeever, Hughie O'Donoghue, Andrzej Jackowski, Peter Doig, Stephen Chambers, and these -
By the end of the day I had met my self-imposed quota of 12 paintings, plus used up some yellow paint very quickly, which made the whole thing much more cheerful -
During this exercise I discovered The Joy of Kettle Reflections -
Here's a closeup ... there are reflections within reflections ...
Elsewhere in the room -
The main kettle was printed over the painted one, and then the yellow plate was used to add background, with some inadvertent transfer of yellow in the middle, which actually works quite well -
Scrim was on hand and I printed some over the mug stencils (resulting paper print is top left; note the missing corner of the fabric) -
and later, another piece printed by itself ... just look at that lovely torn edge -
and the printed scrim on top of the stencil print ... but you lose the scrim-texture of the blue background -