rose-coloured glasses gave this picture it’s shine blue sky magnolia tree even a rose-coloured car!
i’m a grammy and everyone is healthy!
mom and dad celebrating and what a time to be born in blossoms!
why so happy? my sister’s baby is born! Heiko Cedar Ingram-Ross
my sister elissa and her husband patrick proud new parents i love you all!
get giddy go!
camera relic in hand
even speedy shoes can’t go so fast nor penetrate so deeply
as the sunshine
bringing us all out
low hanging into low-lying eddies and cracks
shadows show it
the smell of whitchazel proves it
my head disappears and i see an early bee!
stay tuned for more from this series of sunshine photos…
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pressing my words into fine silver foil
makes a double sided book with two versions of every mark
(ok and i don’t know how to spell affect)
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In practice it does reflect house values, specifically because it was salvaged from somewhere it was not needed. We took it because we needed a shower curtain.
LEFT is my first attempt at designing a cover for it, which will hang on the outside. it is from my collection of sheer fabrics.
note the umbrella pieces salvaged from a campaign umbrella. David Eby would be proud!
RIGHT is attempt two, the winning design. these fabrics were selected to allow the maximum amount of light to penetrate into the shower, to reduce need for using artificial light.
i’ve ironed the fabric, now i need to find time to sew this project together. will update with more pictures when finished.
so glad to use this fabric… no doubt some of it is vintage, and has been in my possession for years!
scrap paper initially used as resist for spray paint project.
mark making materials not ideal, but made with what i’ve got at the studio. i remembered to bring my eraser with me from home in my bicycle pannier, since i’ve only got one.
i found these words in The Open Road by Pico Iyer. It is a book about the Dalai Lama, who “speaks slowly and carefully, in precise, rounded phrases, as if offering the stones out of which he’s built his thinking.”