A few months ago, I completed a commission for six sheets of matching hand marbled paper to be made into lampshades for the bedroom of my client’s son. This poor woman had been after me for over a year to make these papers after I sorta-kinda told her I would. She finally got after me to fulfill my agreement.
I am often called a ‘Process Artist’. I don’t always know what the person means when they say that but I do know for myself that the process of making prints – journals, scarves, mixed media pieces, dinner – whatever – is what gives me joy. Continue reading “The Process of Making – Whatever”
Water – without it, we die. So basic, so simple, and so taken for granted, at least in the western world which I call home. Continue reading “Water – Essential for Life”
This is a whimsey inspired by the stamped cicada which I did while playing around with stamps in general. Why this particular inspiration? Who knows – but I had a lot of fun doing it. It will be shown at the Artists Association .
So, what is my inspiration? It is different things at different times Continue reading “Bite Me! Whimsical Inspiration”
Solar Plate Etching with Marbled Paper Chin Collé
I have been fascinated with geometry for some time. Working with the book Patterns in Nature gave me the opportunity to study the geometric relationships. In the course of my explorations, I became more interested in the interaction of circles used to create the perpendicular lines than I was in the lines themselves. This etching is one of the early results. Continue reading “We Three”