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  • Brent Mydland
    Yes, I have framed silk starting with my very first piece1-1-90! That is truly where it belongs. I can tell you how to museum mount it so that its archival as
    Message 1 of 22 , Aug 20 3:31 PM
      Yes, I have framed silk starting with my very first piece1-1-90!

      That is truly where it belongs. I can tell you how to museum mount it so that its archival as I learned to frame from an artist that mounts art for the Smithsonian...I am not bragging just helping. Email off line or I will set up instuctions for the whole group!Speak up if there is enough interest!

      Peace and Love Johnny



      Angela Drake <angiedrake@...> wrote: Caroline,

      Marbling on silk is great fun... it picks up patterns and colors
      beautifully.

      I was wondering if anyone had framed any silk marbling pieces and how
      I would go about it... I've marbled lots of scarves but some of them
      would make great pieces to hang on a wall but I'm not sure where to
      start.

      Angie


      --- In Marbling@yahoogroups.com, Caroline Tigeress <c.tigeress@c...>
      wrote:
      > Laura Sims wrote:
      >
      > >Hello Donna,
      > >
      > >A smooth surface canvas seems to work best. I do not
      > >was the canvas, but lay it flat in a tray of alum
      > >solution (1/2 cup to 1 gal.). With my hand I press
      > >the solution into the canvas until no more bubbles
      > >come out of the canvas. Drip dry, iron and marble
      > >with acrylics.
      > >
      > >
      > I just tried it yesterday. It was not as sucessful as I would
      have
      > liked, I used golden acrylics and carageenan. I was wondering if
      anyone
      > has had any sucess in marbling silk?
      >
      > Caroline


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    • gretchen vansant
      Johnney, I d be interested in your directions for mounting/ frameing. thanks gretchen Brent Mydland wrote: Yes, I have framed silk
      Message 2 of 22 , Aug 20 4:12 PM
        Johnney, I'd be interested in your directions for mounting/ frameing. thanks gretchen

        Brent Mydland <jbg78734@...> wrote:
        Yes, I have framed silk starting with my very first piece1-1-90!

        That is truly where it belongs. I can tell you how to museum mount it so that its archival as I learned to frame from an artist that mounts art for the Smithsonian...I am not bragging just helping. Email off line or I will set up instuctions for the whole group!Speak up if there is enough interest!

        Peace and Love Johnny



        Angela Drake <angiedrake@...> wrote: Caroline,

        Marbling on silk is great fun... it picks up patterns and colors
        beautifully.

        I was wondering if anyone had framed any silk marbling pieces and how
        I would go about it... I've marbled lots of scarves but some of them
        would make great pieces to hang on a wall but I'm not sure where to
        start.

        Angie


        --- In Marbling@yahoogroups.com, Caroline Tigeress <c.tigeress@c...>
        wrote:
        > Laura Sims wrote:
        >
        > >Hello Donna,
        > >
        > >A smooth surface canvas seems to work best. I do not
        > >was the canvas, but lay it flat in a tray of alum
        > >solution (1/2 cup to 1 gal.). With my hand I press
        > >the solution into the canvas until no more bubbles
        > >come out of the canvas. Drip dry, iron and marble
        > >with acrylics.
        > >
        > >
        > I just tried it yesterday. It was not as sucessful as I would
        have
        > liked, I used golden acrylics and carageenan. I was wondering if
        anyone
        > has had any sucess in marbling silk?
        >
        > Caroline


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      • Caroline Tigeress
        I have interest in this. Can it be stretched like an oil canvas on a wood frame? Like a gallery wrap? Caroline
        Message 3 of 22 , Aug 20 6:16 PM
          I have interest in this. Can it be stretched like an oil canvas on
          a wood frame? Like a gallery wrap?

          Caroline


          Brent Mydland wrote:

          >Yes, I have framed silk starting with my very first piece1-1-90!
          >
          >That is truly where it belongs. I can tell you how to museum mount it so that its archival as I learned to frame from an artist that mounts art for the Smithsonian...I am not bragging just helping. Email off line or I will set up instuctions for the whole group!Speak up if there is enough interest!
          >
          >Peace and Love Johnny
          >
          >
          >
          >Angela Drake <angiedrake@...> wrote: Caroline,
          >
          >Marbling on silk is great fun... it picks up patterns and colors
          >beautifully.
          >
          >I was wondering if anyone had framed any silk marbling pieces and how
          >I would go about it... I've marbled lots of scarves but some of them
          >would make great pieces to hang on a wall but I'm not sure where to
          >start.
          >
          >Angie
          >
          >
          >--- In Marbling@yahoogroups.com, Caroline Tigeress <c.tigeress@c...>
          >wrote:
          >
          >
          >>Laura Sims wrote:
          >>
          >>
          >>
          >>>Hello Donna,
          >>>
          >>>A smooth surface canvas seems to work best. I do not
          >>>was the canvas, but lay it flat in a tray of alum
          >>>solution (1/2 cup to 1 gal.). With my hand I press
          >>>the solution into the canvas until no more bubbles
          >>>come out of the canvas. Drip dry, iron and marble
          >>>with acrylics.
          >>>
          >>>
          >>>
          >>>
          >> I just tried it yesterday. It was not as sucessful as I would
          >>
          >>
          >have
          >
          >
          >>liked, I used golden acrylics and carageenan. I was wondering if
          >>
          >>
          >anyone
          >
          >
          >>has had any sucess in marbling silk?
          >>
          >> Caroline
          >>
          >>
          >
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        • marblehead@iwon.com
          Johnny, I d love to see these instructions. Thanks, Ann ... From: Brent Mydland [mailto: jbg78734@yahoo.com] To: Marbling@yahoogroups.com Date: Fri, 20 Aug
          Message 4 of 22 , Aug 21 9:21 AM
            Johnny, I'd love to see these instructions.

            Thanks,

            Ann




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            Date: Fri, 20 Aug 2004 15:31:32 -0700 (PDT)
            Subject: Re: [Marbling] Re: Marbling on Canvas

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            Yes, I have framed silk starting with my very first piece1-1-90!<BR>
            <BR>
            That is truly where� it belongs. I can tell you how to museum mount it so that its archival as I learned to frame from an artist that mounts art for the Smithsonian...I am not bragging just helping. Email off line or I will set up instuctions for the whole group!Speak up if there is enough interest!<BR>
            <BR>
            Peace and Love Johnny<BR>
            <BR>
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            Angela Drake <angiedrake@...> wrote: Caroline,<BR>
            <BR>
            Marbling on silk is great fun... it picks up patterns and colors <BR>
            beautifully.<BR>
            <BR>
            I was wondering if anyone had framed any silk marbling pieces and how <BR>
            I would go about it... I've marbled lots of scarves but some of them <BR>
            would make great pieces to hang on a wall but I'm not sure where to <BR>
            start.<BR>
            <BR>
            Angie<BR>
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            --- In Marbling@yahoogroups.com, Caroline Tigeress <c.tigeress@c...> <BR>
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            > Laura Sims wrote:<BR>
            > <BR>
            > >Hello Donna,<BR>
            > ><BR>
            > >A smooth surface canvas seems to work best.� I do not<BR>
            > >was the canvas, but lay it flat in a tray of alum<BR>
            > >solution (1/2 cup to 1 gal.).� With my hand I press<BR>
            > >the solution into the canvas until no more bubbles <BR>
            > >come out of the canvas.� Drip dry, iron and marble<BR>
            > >with acrylics.<BR>
            > >� <BR>
            > ><BR>
            >���� I just tried it yesterday.� It was not as sucessful as I would <BR>
            have <BR>
            > liked, I used golden acrylics and carageenan.� I was wondering if <BR>
            anyone <BR>
            > has had any sucess in marbling silk?<BR>
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          • Angela Drake
            Johnny, Thanks so much! I think there is enough interest to share the info with all but will also email you off-line! Angie ... it so that its archival as I
            Message 5 of 22 , Aug 23 7:42 AM
              Johnny,

              Thanks so much! I think there is enough interest to share the info
              with all but will also email you off-line!

              Angie

              --- In Marbling@yahoogroups.com, Brent Mydland <jbg78734@y...> wrote:
              >
              > Yes, I have framed silk starting with my very first piece1-1-90!
              >
              > That is truly where it belongs. I can tell you how to museum mount
              it so that its archival as I learned to frame from an artist that
              mounts art for the Smithsonian...I am not bragging just helping.
              Email off line or I will set up instuctions for the whole group!Speak
              up if there is enough interest!
              >
              > Peace and Love Johnny
              >
              >
              >
              > Angela Drake <angiedrake@h...> wrote: Caroline,
              >
              > Marbling on silk is great fun... it picks up patterns and colors
              > beautifully.
              >
              > I was wondering if anyone had framed any silk marbling pieces and
              how
              > I would go about it... I've marbled lots of scarves but some of
              them
              > would make great pieces to hang on a wall but I'm not sure where to
              > start.
              >
              > Angie
              >
              >
              > --- In Marbling@yahoogroups.com, Caroline Tigeress
              <c.tigeress@c...>
              > wrote:
              > > Laura Sims wrote:
              > >
              > > >Hello Donna,
              > > >
              > > >A smooth surface canvas seems to work best. I do not
              > > >was the canvas, but lay it flat in a tray of alum
              > > >solution (1/2 cup to 1 gal.). With my hand I press
              > > >the solution into the canvas until no more bubbles
              > > >come out of the canvas. Drip dry, iron and marble
              > > >with acrylics.
              > > >
              > > >
              > > I just tried it yesterday. It was not as sucessful as I
              would
              > have
              > > liked, I used golden acrylics and carageenan. I was wondering if
              > anyone
              > > has had any sucess in marbling silk?
              > >
              > > Caroline
              >
              >
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            • Brent Mydland
              I have made contact with teacher and am getting the info together, I will be back in a day or two with the news. Thanks Johnny Brent Mydland
              Message 6 of 22 , Aug 23 10:34 AM
                I have made contact with teacher and am getting the info together,

                I will be back in a day or two with the news.

                Thanks Johnny



                Brent Mydland <jbg78734@...> wrote:
                Yes, I have framed silk starting with my very first piece1-1-90!

                That is truly where it belongs. I can tell you how to museum mount it so that its archival as I learned to frame from an artist that mounts art for the Smithsonian...I am not bragging just helping. Email off line or I will set up instuctions for the whole group!Speak up if there is enough interest!

                Peace and Love Johnny



                Angela Drake <angiedrake@...> wrote: Caroline,

                Marbling on silk is great fun... it picks up patterns and colors
                beautifully.

                I was wondering if anyone had framed any silk marbling pieces and how
                I would go about it... I've marbled lots of scarves but some of them
                would make great pieces to hang on a wall but I'm not sure where to
                start.

                Angie


                --- In Marbling@yahoogroups.com, Caroline Tigeress <c.tigeress@c...>
                wrote:
                > Laura Sims wrote:
                >
                > >Hello Donna,
                > >
                > >A smooth surface canvas seems to work best. I do not
                > >was the canvas, but lay it flat in a tray of alum
                > >solution (1/2 cup to 1 gal.). With my hand I press
                > >the solution into the canvas until no more bubbles
                > >come out of the canvas. Drip dry, iron and marble
                > >with acrylics.
                > >
                > >
                > I just tried it yesterday. It was not as sucessful as I would
                have
                > liked, I used golden acrylics and carageenan. I was wondering if
                anyone
                > has had any sucess in marbling silk?
                >
                > Caroline


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              • angel_100_100
                I would like instructions too. Thanks, Angel ... it so that its archival as I learned to frame from an artist that mounts art for the Smithsonian...I am not
                Message 7 of 22 , Aug 23 5:02 PM
                  I would like instructions too.

                  Thanks,

                  Angel


                  > Yes, I have framed silk starting with my very first piece1-1-90!<BR>
                  > <BR>
                  > That is truly where  it belongs. I can tell you how to museum mount
                  it so that its archival as I learned to frame from an artist that
                  mounts art for the Smithsonian...I am not bragging just helping.
                  Email off line or I will set up instuctions for the whole group!Speak
                  up if there is enough interest!<BR>
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