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Daily Archives: May 6, 2015
These are some Jacquard fabrics that were created from photographs of Great Island in the early morning. First I photographed, then painted and drew. I scanned the drawings into the computer and then created six end satin weaves from this. It is an end on end warp and at that time, at Rhode Island School of Design, the loom was new and Phil, the operator, would allow us to bring as many yarns as we wanted so I had twelve weave structures to play with and unlimited yarn mixing. It is an end on end black white upholstery warp and it is a 27 inch repeat, so will work for upholstery.
More of my Jacquard collections can be found here.
The half hour for blogging got eaten up by registering a vehicle. My schedule has changed. 10:30-11:00 blog work.
This exercise of looking at the posts is very interesting. I have a new impetus now, to look. I must, however, always respect the Muse.
The water droplets on this iris bud appeared at 5:30 last night. I am certain that this bud existed precisely as this photo captured it for less time than it takes me to write this sentence. There are so many things in the world. In order to find my path, I need to schedule time to look at it. Today I squeezed in half an hour for concentration. I posted today’s schedule below. I can reflect, tonight, if I deviated, and, if so, why.