I just bought new laundry hampers, so I thought this would be a great time to post one of my newest pieces. Even more perfect, as I rush to get this into the blog before Kev and I go to Vermont for the weekend, the washing machine downstairs beeps away letting me know the laundry is done.
This piece is a mix of ink and collage, entitled My Mother Used to Cut My Paper Dolls. (The shorts on the far right are collage). I think I like this piece much better than the original piece from which this was expanded upon.
You know what? I have so much more to write about this, but Kev and I need to get to Vermont, so I will leave myself with a list and I will finish when I come back on Sunday.
I finished this particular piece on Thursday night.
Darn. Note to self. Numbering doesn't work so well next to images. So here is my list:
• Pricing work in general
• The original design
• My work as a reflection on everyday life
• There are more of these yet unfinished and each has the possibility of being a bit different
• Should I sell this on Etsy?
• The first two are in the mail to the Museum School. More on that later.
To Concord, Vermont we go!