So happy! Someone just bought my Gears Steampunk wood palette cyanotype which I made with bicycle gears. It’s a fun ode to biking and cycling :). I originally made it in support of the Alternatives palette show. Thanks to Trek Stop Bicycle for the beautiful gears!
A friend of mine is running two bike charity events in the coming weeks so I made some bike gear cyanotypes for her to raffle off. Plus a Far From Eden one while I was at it :). Thank you to Trek Stop of North Grafton, MA for supplying the gears!
Posted for my Black and white photography daily challenge. This was taken in Sutton Massachusetts at Purgatory Chasm. The glacially carved ravine delves 80 feet into the granite. For prints, cards, mugs, shirts, etc. –
Cyanotypes! These handmade unique artworks are sized 8×10 matted to 11×14 – contact me if you’re interested in buying any of these cyanotypes. The price is a mere $19.99 plus shipping (if you’re not local). You can see them in person at the Grafton Common Art Gallery – hours and details at BVAA.org
Evening meditation time. Today I finished creating four lovely origami lotus flowers for someone with a romantic heart. I love making these. I hand watercolor the petals. It’s a quite mindful process. I’m grateful Bob lent a hand – he had great ideas on panting ideas to make the petals look just the way we wanted. What are you grateful for today? #namaste
I’m probably one of the few people who buys a xylophone so I can take it all apart :). Here’s my plan. Bob is going to build for me a wall mount where I can mount a series of xylophone keys in descending steps. We start a marble down the steps. The marble plays the first part of Frere Jacques. As it gets to the end of part 1, a second marble starts down. While the second marble is playing the Frere Jacques part, the first marble is now playing “Dormez-vous” and so on. They play the round together. Easy, right? 🙂 It’s for a “motion” art show coming up. And then I just need a little chain-system to let the marbles get back up to the top again … I wish the keys were smaller, though. I don’t want this setup to be too deep front-to-back. Ideas?