Tuesday, July 16, 2013

So I couldn't wait and I printed it

Here's the as yet untitled piece, now scanned and printed onto habotai 10 momme silk (from Dharma Traders if you can't wait to try this at home).  This is very gauzy light silk, 8.5 x 11 inches, and after I peeled it off the backing, it floated through the air and landed on Marigold's head, much to her suprise, since she hadn't planned on a wedding veil.

I really love this different iteration, with the accidental pickup of color, and the indentation of the hoop showing up surprisingly strongly, stuff that happens with techie things


And now I have to leave it alone until I decide what to do next.  It might already be complete, and then again it might not.  But I thought you'd like to see the next stage in this endless adventure.


  1. your adventure has been a wonderful success, congratulations on this lovely piece of craetivity

  2. It reminds me of the sea. I love the creativity and originality. So refreshing.

  3. I always enjoy following along on your adventures. It's always fascinating to watch the creative process evolve.


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