Vibrant sunrises are always breathtaking and fill one with the promise of possibilities for the day ahead.
After spending the better part of Monday and Tuesday printing a multitude of circles across 10 feet of Rives BFK (11" x 120" total length, made from four 11" x 30" pieces stitched end to end to create a roll), it was time to crop whole thing into pieces measuring 5.5" high by varying widths.
Canal Paper pads by La Papeterie St-Armand
Our tummies were beginning to rumble though so we ventured over to Revolution Bakery for lunch. Revulution is a 100% gluten free bakery. The mullet bread and brioche are delicious.
Back at the studio, I began stitching the cropped circles together
with the intention of making them into a book.
On the other side of the studio, Pam was ready for a bit of mark making
on her new roll of printmaking paper.
I've seen the whole piece and it is exquisite - big, bold, exuding energy with a Zen sensibility.
As has become our ritual,