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Monthly Archives: June 2012
I was thinking more about the possibilities of what could be made by printing with digital grounds on fabric, and making an original embroidery pattern came to mind. I cut out a piece of canvas, applied the solution, and ran … Continue reading
This week’s post from The Capewell Glass Negative Collection finds our photographer John Capewell of Westville, New Jersey seated on the beach of Atlantic City with some friends and/or family members some time very early in the Twentieth Century. Capewell … Continue reading
My work with digital grounds is still in the experimental phase. I decided to test out the medium for non-porous surfaces on something unusual. I had metallic cardstock leftover from my son’s Seeburg tabletop jukebox Halloween costume. The cardstock has … Continue reading
Pie has been defined as a circular pastry usually filled with fruit or blackbirds. It may be used as a weapon when thrown, and is better than cake. And as I’ve pleasantly discovered this weekend – it’s also a big … Continue reading
…was laughing hysterically at this guy’s hair-do.
As kids whenever we would discover something and loudly exclaim, “Look what I FOUND!“ my Dad would reply, “It wasn’t lost.” Such is the case with this art supply store I “found” for myself at 307 Market Street. I guess … Continue reading
…with a little photo manipulation…
Printing with digital grounds on cotton worked out well, so I was curious as to how an image would print on a rougher surface like canvas. My son needed a box to store the half dozen bow ties I’ve made … Continue reading
John B. Capewell came from a large familiy so I have a number of glass negatives in the Capewell Collection with a number of what I’m guessing are cousins, aunts, uncles and such.