I've been playing around with how to display the drawings I do on vintage book paper in something other than a traditional frame and I am liking how this came out. I mounted the paper on a cradled wood panel and added lace to the border. It's very basic since I left the wood natural, which I like because it doesn't take away from the book page itself. Definitely something I am going to give some thought for the series I am working on at the moment. What do you think? Leave me a comment!
Sunday, February 23, 2014
Saturday, February 22, 2014
I've been doing a lot of drawing and painting on vintage book pages and now I'm trying to figure out how to frame/display them and started experimenting with a few options. I got some cradled wood panels and attached the book page with light glue and then used mod podge to seal a lace border around the edge and I think it's a good option! Since this photo I've trimmed the edges of the lace and used some more mod podge to seal the edges.
More vintage book pages to possibly work with at some point
I've been experimenting with abstract more and more lately. Very, very beginning stages of a painting.
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
My Vegan Valentine at Paper Moon this past weekend was the cutest event and I am happy to say I will continue to have my handmade stationary and jewelry there on consignment. You can check out their last minute Valentine's sale this Thursday as well!They are located in Logan Square at 3523 W. Fullerton.
Next up is the Hairitics 10th anniversary party this Saturday from 6-10pm at 2340 N. Milwaukee Ave featuring the art of Nick Fisher, Tanner Young, and myself. It's in Logan Square and will be quite a party!
Here's a peek at two new pieces that will be on display at Hairitics.