Here are some of the final pages in my non-journal/non-sketchbook.
The Garry oak is native to this part of the world, and I used a leaf from a tree near me to prepare four 'starts' in a collaborative project. I did another in my Book, more or less duplicating what I did for the collaboration.
Over the past decade or so I've depicted many onion domes and wanted to include these in my Book. I couldn't decide which of the three crescent moon shapes to include, so I included all of them and have called this piece The Passage of the Moon.
I took an online class from María Továr about drawing droplets (or "zengotas") with reflections. Of course, I had to include that in my book, too. This is on the inside front cover (I'm filling all possible places!) The photo is a bit too bright.
I have something quite special planned for a final two-page spread, something I've never tried before!
For previous Book pages, check these posts:
- How it began
- Next steps
- Inserting an eco-dyed paper
- Back cover, an alphabet, gems and paisley
- Celtic-style tangles, and W2
- Frontispiece and photos of my grandmother
- Space junk
- A sunflower, and the flower of life
- Knightsbridge and magic squares
- More space junk
- For now
- Mongolian roofs
- Cubine and Fassett
- Notanical - combining Notan and botanical imagery
- An 'oops' page
- Inspired by Project Pack 7
- Four more pages: twisted striping, and borders
- Three more pages: leaves, tea, and spirals
- A month of joy
- A few more pages in my marvelous book: a dragon, neurographic drawing, and BrixBox/Cantire
- Five more Book pages: Salt, Morrisseau, found text, flowers, and more
- My Book is filling up: elephants, a dinner table, and map tangling