Honesty playing with variations on the theme

Posted: August 21, 2017 by Mo Crow in Braille for the Soul, It's Crow Time
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Honesty Mo 17
Honesty pod, indigo dyed paper, vintage leather, indigo dyed cotton & silk, thread, gouache and ink
Honesty in process
and a new one in process will be adding to this post each day until Saturday when it will be ready to take along to the Bookwerke artist book group at the NSW Guild of Craft Bookbinders
playing with the blues in ink, silk and raw cotton & replaced the moon with some rotted silk and indigo dyed linen
more indigo ink & white gouache backed with watercolour paper to settle the wrinkles
9 passionfruit vine tendrils stitched to the moon with indigo dyed silk, a bit more gouache and ink and 3 vintage white glass beads to define the shoreline, it’s very close to done will have another look tomorrow morning
Honesty for Bookwerke Zine 50 shades of creativity Mo17
H19.5 cm x W13.3 cm
Honesty pod, passionfruit vine tendrils, indigo dyed silk, cotton & linen thread, cord & paper, vintage glass beads, gouache & ink on Arches watercolour paper
the other side

  1. Honesty knows no bounds.

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Michelle))) our artist book group of 10 women are putting a zine together “to engage in cooperative art making on a small scale in a free association with what ‘creativity’ means with the emphasis on simple and fun, not a major work, rather a small exploration of an idea.”

  2. arlee says:

    Honesty, honestly, a picture is worth a thousand words.

  3. fiberels says:

    Waiting for the eclips of the sun ???
    (that you and I won’t see …)

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Els))) In 1974 I watched a full eclipse of the sun reflected in a dam on the southwest coast of Western Australia, at the height of the eclipse when the sky turned deep indigo and the stars came out a black swan flew up from the dam reflecting the rainbow sunset colours at the edge of the sky in the white under it’s wings, it was a transforming liminal moment in my life but on reflection a dumb thing to do that my old eyes are paying for now…

  4. Sun moon shadow seed – and indigo infusing it all – beautiful indeed

  5. Hazel says:

    Beautiful! Love the fragile shadow of honesty.

  6. coloremartine says:

    Honestly Mo, I love it…………….

  7. Nancy says:

    Such beautiful, sensitive work Mo. 🙂

  8. fiona says:

    I love the progression Mo – and the outcome. Each little element belongs just where it is – including the obligatory drops of blood! Enjoy!

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