Wednesday, July 30, 2014

morgan shenanigans and...

 mason and aimee
and julie mclaughlin's kozo dress
big ass paper, indeed! 
no, it will be displayed differently, 
but even armless
and legless 
you get a sense of the grace and beauty of this piece.
tiny beads accent 
 charity fitting out ugly girl's hair
calculating how to best display this indigo dyed piece,
another of julie's garments 
with a stairstep woven and dyed indigo bodice
 leftover body parts
(what can i say?)
aimee and mason curated this show,
mason is hanging it and was in charge of this catalog.
the back cover below
shows my latest hortus siccus book.
 i feel a bit like i'm 
on the cover of the rolling stone!
and am in the community of fine paper artists.
 where i stay when i'm here--
 the other half is a wonderful big paper mill
way behind the zebra hide
and this
rather important and famous artists' book
by bill drendel lives here.
i was delighted to find it.
it's handmade paper heaven here in cleveland. 


Mo Crow said...

wow thanks for sharing the marvelous message stick by Bill Drendel

Velma Bolyard said...

mc, you're welcome. it's been photographed many times, i saw it long before i discovered it had landed in cleveland.

Trace Willans said...

Good to see you having so much fun. x te

Velma Bolyard said...

trace, you gotta with those ladies around

roz said...

i love that room ..being a room and environment and ambiance kinda person.

Velma Bolyard said...

roz, it's even better than it looks, and there are more similar to this. but this is the best.

neki desu said...

glad that you're having so much fun

Velma Bolyard said...

neki, all we ever do is work, this was a brief and shining moment...!

Sharmon Davidson said...

Looks like you're having a wonderful time, and that kozo dress is amazing! I'm also quite fascinated by Bill Drendel's book...

Velma Bolyard said...

yesterday was a work day as is today through sunday...but really good work.

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