Wednesday, November 17, 2010

A New Idea About Digitally Printed Alternative Surfaces

For a month I have been printing surfaces to be used in my Forest Book series.  The work for the series will push my idea and imagination on new alternative surfaces, the way these surfaces can be created and assembled.

For now I am working on studies to create large size books with the smallest page size of the smallest book to be 48"x 24". These Forest Books are based on my photography taken in the Waipoua Forest in Northern New Zealand and Mariposa Grove in Yosemite National Park.

I have finished 6 pages and have 3 more in pieces all over my studio. As I work through this idea, I will be posting images. My plan is to create a digital journal on what happens along the way, but that will evolve as this goes along. I will also be following up with details of the textures in the book on my KathyAnne White blog, where I post on texture.

This is the front of the first book with 6 pages. In the next few days, I will follow up this post with details of the pages.

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  1. Thanks, Deb, as this series develops, I want these books to show the textures of the forest overflowing from the pages!

  2. These are great! I can't wait to see the other pages!!!

  3. Hey Dave, Thanks, It is stretching me with my prints in both surfaces and assembling. If you check my texture you can see some details of the next page I will post and also some more encaustics for an upcoming page.


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