Friday, July 20, 2018

Addressing Envelopes

These are two styles that I use to address envelopes for weddings or other events.
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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Collage decisions...

 I have several unfinished collages, and I came across these pictures when I was trying to figure out what to add to this collage to finish it. Maybe by seeing them again I can make a decision...and then can I find all the selected pieces to do that!

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Mandy and Prentice's Wedding Invitations

My daughter's wedding invitations...I'm disappointed that I'm unable to turn the photo.

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Mandy and Prentice's July Wedding

 What a fun wedding and how lucky we were the way the day cooled down after so many super hot summer days!  Everett and Sawyer were perfect as ring bearers. During the wedding, an outside garden wedding at Silver Lake Co. Club, a hummingbird hovered just above them.

 And there was a little chirping during the pastors words and it was mentioned that we seem to have a little guest.  Everyone thought it was a bird but Everett knew it was the frogs in the pond!  We saw them later that evening doing their little chirping!

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Workshop with Rosie and Pam Paulsrud

 Our first step was to experiment with the colors- which were made from Twin Rocker pigments, see bottom photo.  Then the paste paper began!  We used matte medium in places on the textwove and let that dry.  I pulled a tool through to make the comb like lines.  We were to leave 1/4th of the paper white if we could!  I don't think I've ever used several colors like these!  Then hopefully I'll finish a book...

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

New Calligrapy Piece, Parents Prayer

 This is finally coming together after I designed the border.  The other side of the ribbon will be pink. I still have to do some things like adding a tail on one of the g's I see, and may have more like that to finish.

Friday, October 2, 2015

Pam Paulsrud's class- Life Lines

 We studied sacred geometry and used a compass to start the bottom layer ( structure) in the background working on a full sized sheet of arches textwove. After the pencil compass lines were finished, the large sheet was torn into pages to work on, so the compass structures were "cut up" on more than one page.

This one is using a compass with the folded pen attachment. I think it has an oriental feel.

 On one part we used different pencils and handwriting, some with the non-dominant hand, and some fast gestural writing. Then added watercolor etc to finish.
We usually worked in threes. She said it works well that way.
 More experimenting- I did the sumi ink circles with some gesso underneath.  Worked on some that weren't my favorites to experiment on.
You can see the compass line base on this one.  Then we constructed a case for the many pages that we will be finishing and experimenting on. This was a wonderful class and we all had such unique works -more photos are on Facebook.  I hope to complete all of mine!