Photopolymer Print Examples

 

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Julia Camilleri, Year 11, Loreto College
Relief photopolymer print
21 x 15 cm, 1999
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Claire Swanson, Year 11, Loreto College
Relief photopolymer print
21 x 15 cm, 1999
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Debbie Whaley, Year 11, Loreto College
Relief photopolymer print
21 x 15 cm, 1999
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Sonia Corsini, Year 11, Loreto College
Relief photopolymer print
21 x 15 cm, 1999
These prints were created during an Artist in School residency I did at Loreto College in 1999. Each Year 11 art student created a drawing from the heritage garden at the school. The drawings were converted into film negatives, which were exposed onto Torelief WS95 plates. Each student printed an edition of 40 prints onto acid free cotton paper for inclusion in a limited edition hand printed book titled ‘Garden Minuet’.

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Year 3, Seymour College
Relief photopolymer prints
10 x 14 cm, 1999These prints were created during an Artist in School residency which I did at Seymour College in 1999. Each of the Year 3 primary school students created a drawing which was then reduced in size on a photocopier and printed onto overhead transparency film. The film was placed on a Torelief WS95 plate and exposed in a UV unit. The Year 3 students worked in teams of three, and exposed, washed-out, and dried the plates. They post exposed the plates in sunlight. The students were assisted in inking and printing their plates.They loved the process.

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