I have run through 2 months of combining silk work and portraits and December simply brings a bit of panic into it!
I dug into the eco printing and have had some gorgeous results!
|Various kinds of eucalyptus|
It takes practice but in the end...the thrill (yes it is) is in not knowing what you'll create!
But knowing that I'm printing Nature's colors exclusively is another appeal to this art form.
I spent 10 days in October at the NC State Fair as the silk artist in the Village of Yesteryear
|rose leaves from Seven Sisters|
|Heirloom roses and pineapple sage|
November seems to have dissipated and I don't know where it went to. I do know that I am on a borrowed computer as mine bit the dust (although Best Buy is determined to make it work since it is under warranty) and I had no idea how many of my photos were on the other computer. Luckily I have Carbonite backup but having to make temporary folders to store work is time consuming.
I'll pop some portraits up in my next post...seems odd to mix them with the silk. :-)
Oh and I must add one more image....Bella! The newest member and a future supplier of fiber for adding some roving into some of my silk!