Saturday, April 24, 2021

Stencils designed with your printing plate in mind

Get ready to print with this delightful set of 4 stencils by Lucie Duclos!

Lucie Duclos is a graphic designer, mixed media artist, and teacher living in Victoria, British Columbia. She works in many different mediums but She designed these stencils with printmaking in mind but they work fantastically for other mediums too!

The Terrazzo Stencil is a versatile design as it can be repeated like a terrazzo tile, reminiscent of Venetian pavement or mosaic, but it can also read as floral, or smooth stones or sea glass. 

A little foliage, a retro overlapping pattern, a wonky grid, and a nubby yarn stripe... there are so many ways to combine and overlap the patterns of the Linear Textures Stencil. It is okay to cut this one into quadrants for ease of use if you wish.

The stylized branches and geometric shapes of the Abstract ForestStencil make it easy add a little cubist flair and each element is a great start for a collage or mixed media piece. It can also be repeated as a border pattern on a wall or a large canvas.

Lucie says, “I love to use it on kraft paper or directly on wood, add a little splatter and voila!  Who knows what kind of woodland creatures hide in this abstract forest? It’s for you to find out!”

Retro Vases and Blooms, 9" x 12", L851

Create a whole bouquet or overlap the shapes for an allover vase or flower pattern with the Retro Vases and Blooms Stencil. “I love making beautiful vintage bouquets on kraft paper using only black and white paint,” Lucie says.

Make it! Lucie shares how:

Combine it with the other stencils Lucie designed or use it as a mask with other stencils. Now you can always have fresh (painted) flowers blooming in your studio!

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