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Many years ago I bought a ceramic plaque for my sister. It was whimsical–had a figure dancing on a mountainside and the inscription read something like “Life is not measured by the number of breaths…
The print to the left is one from a batch I made using for the first time my new little fine art printer. And I’ve been playing around with the prints with a focus on, as I wrote about recently, … Continue reading
I know, looks like six leaves, not three, but it’s a mirror image print. On the left of the middle fold are prints of the fronts of the leaves, on the right, the backs. I think it’s the tannin – … Continue reading
I’m attracted to artworks damaged in the making process. When trying to figure out why, I’ve focused on the word damage. In looking at this on the left – a damaged eco collograph of some elm leaves – it came … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Collage & Assemblage, Eco/Natural Dyeing and Printing, Inspiration, Music, Music Theory, Printmaking, Science, spirituality
Tagged Curved Space, Eco Collograph, Expanding Space, Ezekiel, Hesychasm, Negative Space, Noble Silence, Space Ripple, Von Daniken
The health-giving properties of red cabbage are phenomenal. I love it steamed with apple. Great taste, good health. Virtually no calories. Turns blue when provoked. Me, too.
“Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn and cauldron bubble. Fillet of a fenny snake, In the cauldron boil and bake; Eye of newt and toe of frog, Wool of bat and tongue of dog, Adder’s fork and blind-worm’s sting, … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Eco/Natural Dyeing and Printing, Ecology, Printmaking
Tagged alum, Anguis Fragilis, Ann Paulsen Harmer, British Columbia, Fenny Snake, Howlet, Macbeth, Magic in the Dyepot, mordant, Mushroom dyeing, Oyster Mushroom, Pleurotus ostreatus, Shroomworks, Sunshine Coast