MONIQUE RISCH

Botanical prints are created using the plants own tannins, colors and chemistry to leave a lasting print on paper, fabric and ceramics

Web:   moniquerisch.com

Email: olivesdojudo@gmail.com

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Through the process of steaming, plants deposit their tannins and natural colors onto leather, paper, silk, wool, cotton, and ceramics. My career as a professional art director and wine label designer translates easily into the fine arts, as I explore the natural chemistry of plants from Sonoma and Mendocino to make botanical prints on multiple media. For the last 8 years, I have been teaching private and group workshops in botanical printing, natural dyes, and shibori, with workshops scheduled in 2020 at the Gualala Art Center. http://gualalaarts.org/2020/09/botanical-printing-on-fabric-and-paper-fall/

 

Videos:Indigo moons https://youtu.be/jDrY-VNgCYoSea Smoke https://youtu.be/QOon7glQ-70

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