A very busy week in Artlandia!
Work continues on the rose bough:
|At 30" - it's big enough that a |
single photo doesn't really do
|detail with a marker for scale - thumbs up :)|
|I also started this 9" block of patterned molding|
(that could be used between the turrets or as a border).
|my digitally hybridized version|
The main sources are 15th century prints by: Master ES, Schongauer and Monogrammist FVB, respectively, all from the versions in the collection of the British Museum.
I've also been hard at work cleaning and updating the studio. This week I assembled my very own drying rack! I'm very excited, and it appears the Feline Assistants approve.
|I had to open the door to the room with the pseudo-tapestry |
to let the A/C in...the cool air wasn't all that came in
"- So this is what you've been keeping from me."
[plopping down right in the middle of the art - doh.]
|...and because I love all my creatures,|
Honey the Wonder-pup on a hike.
|...where we got super close to this raptor|
and I caught it in flight. ( :) !)
And because it wouldn't be a complete post without pictures of this week's flowers...
|Last, but not least, a beautiful rainbow|
(it was even triple at one point :o - though I didn't manage to capture that in the pictures,
- still, there's no such thing as an ugly rainbow.)