Sunday, 23 February 2020

London twilight

Hi there
Today I'm sharing the second of my attempts at a landscape on the Gelli plate. I have a friend who works in an office tower in London who is wonderful for sending me pictures of clouds. Over the last few months I have many photos of the same scene in different weather conditions. (I think I'm just missing snow.)

I think I managed to get a bit more abstract with this one and mostly resisted the temptation to fiddle.

The very tiny points of light were added direct to the paper with a pin, but the rest was pulled from the plate.

I'm sure this view will feature again.

Hope you are having a lovely day. Happy crafting xx


  1. Great take on the technique, it looks very good and interesting, I think you are on the way to master the technique! :) xx

  2. Oh wow this is great, loving the technique so clever. Happy crafty weekend, Angela xXx

  3. Well, I am stunned by this technique, I hope you have some really-serious fun, brilliant to use the gelli plate like that. And by the way, it is wonderful, Claire!


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