handmade copper leaves on a twig over heavy upholstery fabric (left) and cotton fabric (right)
flower-patterned fabric over glossy photo (left) and photo printed on embossed scrapbooking paper (right)
more of my photos printed on watercolor paper (left & right)
part of a poor, sweet butterfly I found on the ground lying in two parts sandwiched between two mica pieces attached with brads onto copper mesh (right)
watercolor paper with acrylic (left) and gelatin print on watercolor paper (right)
gelatin print on brown paper (left) and plastic fabric flower pattern (right)
metallic crayon rubbings on gel pen paper (left) and Inca dove in tree printed on watercolor paper (right)
Mexican Sycamore trees, long view (left) and close-up (right) on ribbed card-making paper
Yesterday, I went with a friend to a local pottery studio. She was interested in taking a class so we went and talked to the very nice instructor/owner. They have both wheel throwing and handbuilding classes each month. Clay is calling to my friend and I think she’ll answer the call and begin a wheel throwing class in July.
While I’m intrigued, I don’t hear clay calling me. At least, not right now. I’m much too interested in book binding (I’m taking another class) and painting.