Small Things Matter

These small books are variations on the book structure I'll be teaching to a group of lifelong learners  in March.
These small books are variations on the book structure I’ll be teaching to a group of lifelong learners in March.
Trying to use up some of my marbled papers--the ones that didn't turn out so well--I made a couple dozen of these 2" x 3" books.  I learned the structure in a Bob Meadows workshop at Jerry's Artarama in Knoxville.
Trying to use up some of my marbled papers–the ones that didn’t turn out so well–I made a couple dozen of these 2″ x 3″ books. I learned the structure in a Bob Meadows workshop at Jerry’s Artarama in Knoxville.
I rarely use preprinted papers anymore, since I've learned various techniques to make my own.  but I liked this succulent print so well, I thought, what the heck!  Sorry the color is so poor in this photo.  Maybe an orange background wasn't such a good idea.
I rarely use preprinted papers anymore, since I’ve learned various techniques to make my own. but I liked this succulent print so well, I thought, what the heck! Sorry the color is so poor in this photo. Maybe an orange background wasn’t such a good idea.
Months ago I posted these serendipity collage strips, and (finally) I've incorporated them into a book cover.
Months ago I posted these serendipity collage strips, and (finally) I’ve incorporated them into a book cover.
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4 thoughts on “Small Things Matter

  1. Me three! Lovely books all. I’m sorry I didn’t get around to sending you any papers while you were in town; I had every intention but it just never happened. I was glad to hear that you had enough without mine.

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  2. Thanks, friends! We can make this book after I return to Stilly. I sure am missing your collective creative genius! And, by the way, thanks to all who sent paper scraps for the collage class and to those of you who thought about it, too! I now have a really fine pile of scraps to offer the participants come February!

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