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Posted: June 27, 2013 by Mo Crow in spirit book
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Spirit-Book-13Here’s this week’s response to Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord’s Spirit Book no 13
digital print on Moulin de Larroque handmade watercolour paper, Melaleuca Quniquenervoa paperbark, raw cotton string, bookbinders mull, white glass beads, Golden Titanium white fluid acrylic
Spirit-Book-17no 17
digital print on Moulin de Larroque handmade watercolour paper, hydrangea leaf, Japanese Abaca paper, nettle string, sandalwood, leather & glass beads, jute string, vintage Silkworm thread, pinholes
digital print on Moulin de Larroque handmade watercolour paper, bookbinders mull, raw cotton string, nettle string,
this is an ongoing  journey through Susan Kapscinski Gaylord’s portfolio of her Spirit Books
here’s the links to Week 4Week 3, Week 2 & Week 1

  1. Bronwyn says:

    Love the leaf Mo.

  2. Robyn says:

    The page with the leaf is particularly lovely. I think I need to explore under my hydrangea bushes.

  3. margaret johnson says:

    Hi Mo, Iv’e been looking at your pics enlarged, and have been very impressed with all your beautifully detailed work. Really love how you’ve treated the edges of the pages. Just so good being able to see the detail up close. Just gorgeous . ox

    • Mo Crow says:

      Hi Margaret thanks for looking I am enjoying the process so much the foredge of the book is growing to look like a magical herbal in a Harry Potter film!

      • Carol says:

        What a wonderful description of your foredge! Mo, this book is getting more and more fabulous with every week. I’m feeling a desperate need to come down to Sydney and visit you when it’s finished. And perhaps take you to Suzy Spoon’s Vegetarian Butcher…

  4. Valerianna says:

    Ooooolaaalaaa… just reading the list of materials is a feast! love the pages with the hydrangea leaf…

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