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Just a quick post today to wish everyone a safe and happy Hallowe’en.
Happy New Year! Today was my first day back in the studio after Christmas in London and with my family in Big Bay. It was so great to get to work again. My wonderful fella made me two more boxes … Continue reading
I’ve recently been in touch with Jacqueline Wagner. She an illustrator and set designer working in England, originally from Germany. I am really impressed with her mix of bold colours, retro and 3 dimensional elements. Here is one of my … Continue reading
Harvesting the weather by Elly MacKay She collected all types of weather, though she kept the autumn winds in a preferred spot in the top drawer of her cabinet. Available in my etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/listing/56001904/harvesting-the-weather-large This autumn I will be … Continue reading
Shark boy from the postcard collection has become a character. I plan on making this a night scene with a lantern but I like this test shot on its own. He looks as though he knows there is danger down the path. … Continue reading
Great Great Grandfather’s Postcards Our family took an outing to Wiarton last weekend and stopped in at an antique shop that was selling old postcards. My father mentioned that he had my Great-Great Grandfather’s postcard collection! He brought it out when we … Continue reading
This little boat is about an inch long, made from yupo paper, ink, glue and parchment. I painted the waves with ink and then rolled over to lift the colour. I then set up the layers of waves in my miniature theater. The backdrop is a … Continue reading
I made this image today, along the shadow play theme. I am not sure if it is more swan or goose. I did a few versions. Crocodiles next!
I used to love making shadow plays on my wall as a child and rediscovered this when I was putting my little girl to bed the other night. The bird that I made flap over her wall delighted her. It struck me … Continue reading