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November 15, 2008 at 9:03 pm

buio cat rubylith

… but here’s a preview of an unfinished transparency for a small print that will be ready for Craftland. The transparencies for this print are now done, this photo is from a week ago. This print is actually gonna be tiny, the cat image is a little more than three inches high…

I’m working on about 8 things simultaneously, all in various stages of completion, and it’s nice, I can switch off between projects and tasks if one gets too tedious. Right now, it’s making me a little crazy to sit at the desk all day… but it feels really good to be working hard, and I think things will come together in good ways, at the appropriate time!

here’s the craftland website, it’s charming and informative! … all right. back to work!

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4 Comments »

  1. This looks adorable, big big cat fan!! Can’t wait to see the end product…

    Comment by dryadart — November 17, 2008 @ 9:59 pm
  2. Hi, I added some more info on that statement, I really appreciated your idea, and am seriously taking it on board… you are a brilliant woman!!

    Comment by dryadart — November 19, 2008 @ 8:53 pm
  3. not sure if that is totally true but thank you! I love the pictorial references for the statement….

    here is a link to dryadart’s artist statement & visual inspirations… including stunning paintings by Vuillard; some “Moresque” (aka. islamic) design, which I’ve just been investigating in super geometry-nerd fashion; and some wallpaper images from William Morris and the arts and crafts guys (and girls).

    Oh man, William Morris & his friends are super close to my heart… even (especially) in their moments of hypocrisy & ingenuity! I feel very akin to them…

    Comment by jean — November 21, 2008 @ 4:22 am
  4. i like your vacuum table. may i know about the vacuum machine?

    Comment by agu — October 20, 2011 @ 10:24 am

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