Hello! Long time since I've been able to blog. My apologies, but first I had the flu, then caught pneumonia. At my age, it is not easy on the old body. I have really had to take it easy. I did get to do a short one day workshop, but it took quite a toll on me and I had to really take it easy for two weeks after. My workshop was taught at the Pioneer Florida Museum in Dade City, Florida, and is an ideal space to hold a class. The weather outside was in the low 30's in the morning, but we were warm and toasty inside the big barn. I'm posting some of the prints by Nancy Greenland and Amy Grief. They did some outstanding work with great original design. I hope you enjoy the photos.
I am also including some photos of various books I've made for my eco prints. This will give you some ideas of what to do with your prints. Nancy Greenland mounted her prints on black cards that came with Brown envelopes. They are stunning. Amy and Nancy explored tearing the paper before cooking to give a faux deckle edge. It is another useful idea on what to do with your prints. Some of the mini maze books (2" x 3") are just wonderful.