Monthly Archives: July 2018

Paper Boats at Sunrise

Paper Boat at Sunrise I

Paper Boat at Sunrise II

Paper Boat at Sunrise III

Paper Boat at Sunrise IV

Paper Boat at Sunrise V

Paper Boat at Sunrise IV
Paper Boats at Sunrise
mixed media collage (maps, brads, and acrylic monoprint) on paper
5 x 7 inches

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Paper Boats at Night

Paper Boat

Paper Boat at Night II

Paper Boat at Night I
mixed media collage (maps, brads, and acrylic monoprint) on paper
5 x 7 inches
(sold)

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Seed Pods

Seed Pods

This was taken on the bike path, when I was walking back from the post office.

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Washi Tape

Washi Tape

I’m not normally one for bright, cutesy stuff, but I may have a slight washi tape problem nonetheless.

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Sputnik Cufflink

Sputnik Cufflink

I found a cufflink in my button stash, depicting Sputnik and a rocket.

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Sunrise

Sunrise

This morning started off well.

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Joe Pye

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All Photos-803
acrylic monoprint with ink and metallic wax on watercolor paper
7 x 5 inches

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Tree and Flower

Tree
Tree

Flower
Flower
ink, metallic wax, and acrylic monoprint on watercolor paper
7 1/16 x 5 inches

I did two more drawings on monoprints last night. The metallic wax is really finicky to photograph. All the little dots at the end of the flower spikes are highlighted with metallic wax.

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Comet Storm

Comet Storm

Walking to work, I passed a patch of sidewalk covered in stains from fallen walnuts. They looked like little comets, so I took a photo then inverted the image to make a digital negative. Et voila, a comet storm. The lines in the pavement even mimic the horizontal lines across early satellite images of Earth.

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Skeletonized Leaves

Skeletonized Leaves

You can buy pretty, dyed skeletonized leaves at any craft store, but this year the weather conditions have been perfect for creating them naturally. There are giant drifts of them below several trees I pass on my walk to work.

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