Skills and Techniques ScreenEasy A New Approach to Printing on Glass

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by Bob Leatherbarrow and Becky Wills

Recent advances in rendering images on glass borrow from traditional screen printing techniques to reproduce fine detail and halftone images of photographs, writing, and even the artist’s own drawings. ScreenEasy, a new product developed by glass artists Becky Wills and Markina Filer, provides a very simple process that uses frameless screens to transfer enamel paint.

This article was originally published on page 40 of the November/December 2020 issue of Glass Art®.




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