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cyanotype success

Well, today I did an encore demonstration of the cyanotype process at the Hidden In the Hills art tour Sudio 1. I had done a demo yesterday, but needed some more finished squares to make the final art piece and didn’t want to be filling too many gaps with my on stuff, since this is a community art project. It was great. I ended up with 35 finished squares and will probably make the rest of the remaining ones into salt splotch only for the border. I think I am going to piece the stuff together next weekend. Maybe. Well, I just wanted to give an update on what was going on in Seedling-Land. Hot toast….

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guerilla art


I installed my first piece of guerilla art last night. I took Amy and Josh with me and we went and put the paper cranes in a small bush at the top of a hill that hikers in the area frequent. It took us a while, but the end result was nice. It makes me want to put up more installations. I have an idea that includes using vellum paper to make transparent sculpture type pieces. I am excited about the possibilites.

On another creative note I think that Amy and I have decided to do the NORBA National race series this next summer and I plan on documenting the experience with photographs, videos and blog entries. It should be an interesting project and one that will be good for my portfolio. Ole frijoles… :^)

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