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Dark of the Moon, finished this journal. I love it when that happens… Silence for a few days, and as we’ve gathered our thoughts for how to work with this crazy Covid-19 virus, I can begin work tomorrow a bit … Continue reading
I adore INKTOBER! I’ve done it every year! This year, however, I’m embarking on a class about illustration, and that class is requiring a commitment for two months. I’m excited, and a little sad I will sorta miss Inktober… My … Continue reading
I started Trishna Jewelry because I could not find the jewelry I wanted… Not too ethnic, not to refined. When I fell in love with antique whitehearts I began. The business did so-so — seems most people wanted ethnic and … Continue reading
When sick, I started a day off with watercolors. Gads I am rusty… Groans… I’ve been painting with inks! This is a mixture of ink and watercolor, an experiment, actually mixing them together and it is a failed experiment… oddly … Continue reading
When I saw Gaspéite the first time I thought it was dyed. How could anything from the earth be so very spring green? I made these to be worn together — the heishi is large and so are the beads. … Continue reading
This Bright Ideas journal is so rag-tag now… bleed-through inks, watercolor tries that soaked in and didn’t work, and even greasy-foodstuffs from drawing in cafes. When I started back into it I forgot how crazy thin the paper was and … Continue reading