Printing processes that use everyday materials to develop a creative focus for anyone, anywhere By Ruth Purdy

By Ruth Purdy

As a freelance artist providing sessions in the care sector, I work with non-traditional audiences in non-traditional arts spaces.

My practice relies on working with multiple disciplines and the reinvention of processes designing for accessibility.

Here are some starting points from which your great printing projects can begin using everyday materials; I hope you enjoy them.


Printing with fingers and thumbs

Marking a shape with your thumb and an inkpad repeating this in different coloured inks. Ruth Purdy
Marking a shape with your thumb and an ink pad repeating this in different coloured inks

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