It all started when I tore back into the studio to burn some Tyvek stencils, which is always fun.
I even like the cut-out shapes - think they'd make good masks.
The first photo above was originally an aborted attempt at a Gelli plate technique I'd not tried before - it desperately needed rescuing. I think the white knight should have been shot at sunrise, don't you?
I had rather more success with some other Gelli prints. I'm a huge fan of circles and reds, so this one pleases me immensely.
John encouraged me to use an old lace pillow cover on a test drive - love it!
And now I've got a mystery I'm hoping you can solve. While having tea with Andrea Revoy the other day, she showed me this little goody she found in her yard. Man-made? Organic? What the heck is it?
If you're out and about near Creston this weekend, I hope you've got tickets to the Blossom Valley Singers concert. There's no prizes there, but definitely fun music! Happy weekend, all.