Hi Jane, This always looks like fun. I have a hard time even planning to alter books. I feel like I am going to damage the book. I have read the rationale behind doing this, but I still can't bring myself to do this. I admire what you have shared with us. I just wish I could begin. Thank you for sharing your images. They are wonderful.
I love this!!!!!
Love the vibe you've got going here. I especially like that you have taken the larger pieces and cut them down to collage so they are not anything like the original piece as it began. The color scheme is so bright and compelling, too. I'm planning to do your next class- so fun to learn from one another, isn't it? Sometimes just one tiny idea can be the most refreshing springboard. How wonderful to take a workshop as you did and watch everyone's take on it result in something completely their own. I can see your fingerprint so clearly here. Lovely work as always!
yeah! can't wait to 'see' you again, online. Thanks Sharyn!
Jane, If you are interested in more Joss papers, you might want to look at Etsy. I have found them on occasion and the variety is great. Your altered book looks wonderful.
Hi Jane,I would love to know the process of this...especially the piece where the tree image is within the frame. The intricacy of the tree branches, intrigues.
Eileen, the tree is a transparency, and I learned the technique from Seth Apter, when I took his class.
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