|I also designed the letters, using geometric forms.|
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Belonging to a closed group of scribbler's; the weekly prompt was sacred geometry. So, I decided to try my hand at the Fibonacci nautilus. My attempt to do it by hand, with my engineering tools, was frustrating; trying to make perfect squares. So, I decided to use my Adobe Illustrator and do it with my computer. So here is the one I just finished. I want to try other solutions, but this is my first.
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Another great class at the San Francisco Center for the Book I taught this last weekend. I had eight great creative students. I added an additional technique of using a logwood blanket. It turned out to be a great addition.
|dried papers with strips of logwood blankets|
|uses for printed papers|
|The flowers printed well.|
|A full piece of logwood blanket...beautiful!|
|More finished pieces of James.|
|Me, Julie, Mary, Anne, Melinda, Sherri, Mary, James and another student who did not want her photo taken, Brittany.|
|waiting for the papers to dry|