Marbling is a hydroprint process that has existed for more than a thousand years. Pigment is floated on thickened water and maniputated into patterns. Paper (treated with a mordant to make it "sticky" for the paint) is laid down and then picks up the print. So each marbled piece is unique, although color palettes and basic patterns styles can be repeated. The four pictures below demonstrate the potential for transformation.
Here are a few of my favorites as I update the website. I do not intend to attempt to keep pictures of all marbling sheets or styles, simply to demonstrate enough of my range to picque your interest. If you are interested in a piece of marbling - whether to hang on a wall or to incorporate into a book - please contact me. I will be glad to discuss color palette and styles with you. I can then send photoes of several created sheets for you to choose among.