My career path has included wiring company internets, managing computer networks, coding applications, etc. Geek? Yep! So I’ve been reflecting on my transformation into an artist over the years and how these two occupations have informed each other. Ever the geek, I tend to want to combine mediums and fix processes that I don’t like in the traditional sense –… Read More
Gel Press Monoprinting Products are so versatile! They are the 'little black dress' of your mixed-media supply toolkit. The Gel Press team is constantly looking for ways to push the edge of what you can do with our products.
Good Morning Creatives and Happy Easter!! Today is Easter Sunday and in the spirit of new beginnings, today I wanted to share with you a new technique featuring Marabu Aqua Ink and my Faith Impressions by Keri Sallee for Gel Press plates. Marabu Aqua Inks and Gel Press plates Marabu Aqua Inks are some of my new favorite art supplies! These… Read More
Good Morning Creatives! It’s time for another installment of Faith Impressions: Outside the Bible! Today we will be playing with the Gel Press 8×10 Monoprinting Plates and the 4 shapes from my Faith Impressions line, which are the PERFECT size for ATCs! ATC=What? If you have never heard of the acronym “ATC” you might be wondering what the heck I… Read More
Good Morning Creatives! Let’s be honest. Life happens. Kids have games. Clothes need to be folded. Houses need to be cleaned. Bacon needs to be brought home (or tofu if you don’t eat bacon!) Sometimes there just isn’t a lot of time for creativity. That’s one way that Faith Impressions can help you. It’s size and shape makes it easy… Read More
Good Morning Creatives! Keri Sallee here and today I am so excited to share with you a little something new. Although my Faith Impressions line for Gel Press was originally conceived to be used in bibles, I love trying to use it in new ways. Today, I would like to share with you the first in a series of “Faith… Read More
“In order for the light to shine so brightly, the darkness must be present.” – Frances Bacon In order to see white we must have dark values to provide contrast. It sounds pretty simple but white subjects can seem daunting to some artists. It is really just a way of seeing and changing your perspective. You must train your eyes… Read More