Mayan Tabletop Eraser Printing Project

By Sheila Ceccarelli

Sometimes you get a really good homework project.

Following a visit to the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge, children at a local school, were given a Mayan Project for homework.

This was a perfect opportunity to try out Morag Thomson Merriman‘s Eraser Printing! It turned out to be a wonderful process for little hands to explore carving with lino-tools, to create printing blocks with really effective results.

After lots of experimentation with designs through sketchbook work, the final work was a piece of printed fabric inspired by the Mayans.

Mayan Project SC


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