After all was said and done, I named this 10 inch textile collage After All. It’s from my stash of deconstructive screen prints. I still have so many I didn’t make any new fabrics with MX Procion dyes this season. Most of the contents of my outdoor studio is finally, mostly, tucked away in the cellar to await another Spring, Summer and Fall. We left the structure up and now we’ll see if it stays up for a New England winter!
The top right piece of cloth was made with paint and charcoal which I had to heavily spray with Krylon Matte Acrylic. It’s a leftover piece from my Ellipse series. Although you can’t really see it here, there’s a lot of stitching on this baby. Great joyous autumn colors too. I’m letting my art help to bring me out of the Trump funk!
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Sure but it seems you must know how to do so yourself. Is it politically offensive to you?
I love this! So organic and colorful.
Thanks Janice! It felt good to work with these fabrics again.