I spent most of last week down with The Cold That Would Not End kindly shared by The In-Laws: Wisconsin Edition, and I’m still feeling a little down from it. Due to The Evil Cold, I’m giving my 20th and 21st Century Art History lecture(s) this week (I did the first on Monday; the second is on Thursday.), so I have a people hangover on top of the remnants of The Evil Cold.
Needless to say, my little squid brain isn’t really working all the way at the moment. So! Here are some pictures of the series I’ve been working on: spindle’s work, Zellandine’s denouement.
I know that I showed y’all one last week, but I can’t remember if I’ve shown y’all the rest of them.
spindle’s work, Zellandine’s denouement: the moss from Allerleirauh’s tree
hand-spun yarn (by me; art bat by Hello Purl)
spindle’s work, Zellandine’s denouement: first born
commercial yarns, plastic-clad electronics wire
spindle’s work, Zellandine’s denouement: Schneeweißchen’s flight into the forest
hand-dyed wool with procion dye in an acid dye method, hand-spun wool (dyed and spun by me), cooper wire
So, yeah, more of what I’ve been doing. I’ve also been working on mono-printing as well as more of the Nothing(s), but I still haven’t taken pictures (or scanned the pieces) yet.
One day, soon. I swear. Maybe?