For not too much money you can have access to large work tables and screen printing equipment.
Me? I go because I want contact with like-minded folks.
Last year it didn't work out quite that way as, during June, not many of the artists were not free to work in the studios during the day and were more night-birds. This year though I am hopeful that there will be some people around when I am, namely the hours 8 - 3.
I am going to be developing my work on digital grounds. I hope to use my own digital imagery which will be more than squeezed, stretched and overlapped to produce abstract art from stuff that might otherwise be quite dull! Also imagery that I think is already rather exciting will be enhanced by the way I print and screen.... Stay tuned....
This is an old Cricut mat that I am using to re-flatten the skins after they have peeled back from the drying sufrace. One or two have textural additions of acrylic medium. They must be within the depth limitations of my printer to be acceptable as skins.