the ongoingness of the spirit book pages

Posted: July 5, 2013 by Mo Crow in spirit book
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spirit-book-19Here’s this week’s response to Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord’s Spirit Book no 19
digital print on Moulin de Larroque handmade watercolour paper, raw cotton string, found white feather, vintage white glass beads, Golden Titanium white fluid acrylic, pin holes made with a no 15 needle
spirit-book-20no 20
digital print on Moulin de Larroque handmade watercolour paper, bookbinders mull,  Japanese Abaca paper, linen thread, raw cotton string, vintage white glass beads, reverse side of pinholes
spirit-book-21no 21
digital print on Moulin de Larroque handmade watercolour paper, hydrangea flower petals, Japanese Abaca paper, vintage Silkworm thread
this is an ongoing  journey through Susan Kapscinski Gaylord’s portfolio of her Spirit Books
here’s the links to Week 5, Week 4Week 3, Week 2 & Week 1
& here’s a link to very Exciting News on Susan’s Blog!

(NB if you click on the images you can see the details a lot more clearly!)

  1. Carol says:

    Mo, very exciting news from Susan! Thanks for passing it on. Your pages are a joy this cold Saturday morning, heart warming in fact.

  2. Carol says:

    Just listened again to One Night when Sleep wouldn’t Come – such a good song. I’m looking forward to 2016 when the music & book are ready.

    And the sky here is brilliantly blue, the sun is warming up, though with all the trees around it takes a while to get to us, and who wouldn’t be happy with an Australian winter?

    • Mo Crow says:

      when we say it’s cold those folk reading this from the Northern Hemisphere would just laugh and consider this morning a nice autumn day! & re 2016- this next song is no 23, well over the halfway mark and into the thick of the journey, it’s all very exciting!

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