Make a  Geli Plate postcard : Wendy Moses Photo: Wendy Moses

Make a Geli Plate postcard : Wendy Moses

Bracebridge, Ontario

Visual Arts — Hands-On Activity, Talks and Discussion

The gelli plate process.
Using acrylic paints on a gelli type plate,you simply add paint to the plate, then working with marking tools or stencils,you make designs to create beautiful postcard size pictures.We will use watercolour paper but you can try raw canvas or material to print on as well.
No experience necessary, just a free spirit and imagination.This process uses brayers so no press is needed.

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This activity is in English.
This activity is not wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Printmaking, gelli plate process. acrylic paints


Fri 29 Sep 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Sat 30 Sep No events scheduled.
Sun 01 Oct No events scheduled.
In case of rain:

held indoors


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1086 Partridge Lane
Bracebridge, Ontario


Alexandra Luke Gallery


From Bracebridge take HWY 118 West . exit Ziska Road, turn right on Partridge Lane and follow the signs.


  • Wendy Moses
  • Wendy Moses
  • Wendy Moses


Wendy Moses

Born and raised in Oshawa,Ontario. Spent summers in Muskoka on Lake Rosseau. Enjoyed Saturday art classes in the boathouse with her grandmother, Alexandra Luke. Educated at the New School of Art in Toronto,University of Toronto(Erindale) B.A. in Art Education;Sheridan College and has a B.Ed from Nippissing University in North Bay. Her love of art led her to Partridge Lane(Bracebridge) where she opened the Alexandra Luke Gallery in 1998.

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