I'm continuing to follow my fascination with all things "vessel".
It's becoming an obsession - one I'm happily indulging.
Here's what's "on the easel" today - well, what's tacked to the wall.
It's bigger than the others in the series.... about 2 ft x 4 ft.
Again, it's collage and acrylic on unstretched canvas.
Think there's a bit more to do on it, but letting it sit for a day or two before deciding.
Below are the three smaller ones I completed last week.
I framed them in open frames - they're recessed and touchable.
The vessels have also found their way onto my new art journal I bound using my favorite paper.
(Favorite paper you ask? Fabriano Hot Press 140 lb watercolor paper in the 22x30" sheets, of course. I tear the signatures to any size I like. The paper is thick, smooth and will take ANY medium!)
More decorating of the cover vessels is sure to follow . . .
I love the mushy softness of this journal....way more tactile than a hard bound book.
Signing off for now - but before I go....I gotta make a decision on what to do Friday on my "artist date".....
Here's 101 ideas here.
(Museum was done last week - looking for something a little lighter this week.)
Check this video - Julia Cameron, author of "The Artist's Way", discusses what an "artist date" is: