Convalescence Thanks to people in a local art group encouraging me to try different techniques. Done while recovering from broken spine. Normal detailed work impossible, so a freer style needed. gel print thank you cards after my op. Experiment with gel printing A ‘sampler’ or acrylic pour techniques. Which happen to be rocks, so perhaps I should have called it ‘Lapidary.’ One of my first ever Gel-prints. An early acrylic pour, with colours of leafmold, mushroom, canopy and moonlight. Done in a life-drawing workshop, pastel on black paper. I liked the mix of vibrant tropical colours and calm, meditative expression. A mad collage of acrylic gel-print textures. Acrylic pour sampler. Trying out oil and palette knife. Inspired ny the Devon ‘riviera’ coastline. A bit of fun with cats and Gel-printing Poured acrylic, with flouorescent orange which doesn’t show on sceen. Poured acrylic, blown with a straw. Sadly this pic is a bit bleached out – will try to update with a better shot. Three layers give real sense of dpeth here. poured acrylic with only four colours, including black. poured acrylic, rainbow colours on white. Gel print and wool. My favourite early acrylic pour. Four gel-printed from the same block. Collage of gel-print textures. A huge, happy picture.