Category: Experimentation

31 Aug

Mobile Studio: Daily Drawings in Four, Part Four

A compilation of two months of daily drawings on circles, created in sets of four. It’s so gratifying to see all sixty of them together. Previous posts about Daily Drawings in Four – Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 A post shared by Rachael Ashe – Paper Artist (@rachael_ashe) on Aug 1, 2018 at 7:07am […]

08 Jun

Process: Block Printing on Cut Paper

Earlier in May I was putting together a few pieces of small work for Meet the Makers, an event with Crafted Vancouver. I created four scribble pieces in white paper all with two layers each. After I finished cutting the work I decided I wanted them to have colour because I am tired of white […]

07 May

Making & Printing for Build It Day

Last week I collaborated with my co-worker Rachel Teo (yes, we have the same first name) on a printing project for Build It Day at Steamclock Software. It’s an internal event we’ve started to have every six months to give everyone the opportunity to work on a personal project. Rach and I usually collaborate on […]

19 Feb

Experiments with Scribbles

I’ve wanted to explore looser, less defined shapes with my work after a recent conversation with an art consultant. It got me thinking about making cut paper designs based on scribbles. I started with a few scribbled drawings in a sketchbook to get the idea down on paper. I wanted to see if I could […]

05 Jan

Experiments with Block Printing

I’ve been slowly working out how to tackle the idea of creating custom printed paper to use in my cut paper work going forward. I don’t have the facilities available in my home studio to do screen printing because it’s messy, needs space to print and dry, and plenty of water to wash screens. I’ve […]

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