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Friday, September 17, 2010

Working hard...


...at finishing off the Brusho book. It doesn't have a title yet...perhaps The Brusho Book would be good? I've got a thing about alliterative titles, as evidenced by Lovely Lutradur and Exquisite Evolon, but there's definitely something about keeping things simple... besides, if I do a follow up, I can call it The Brusho Book II... If anyone has a better idea, of course, I'd be happy to hear it!

There's several interesting projects in this one, including a couple that encourage recycling. One of my favourites, though, has to be the shaving foam printing. It's fun to do, easy and, of course, distinctly messy, though the mess can be controlled in a small area. You know me, I just love making messes! The image is of some thickened Brusho in a container with the shaving foam, stirred up and ready to print from. I think that perhaps I might use that image as the basis of a print for Bertha, too, manipulated and printed on a large piece of Evolon. I'm a great believer in recycling, and that seems just a perfect way of extending the use of a piece of transient art.

5 comments:

Amanda Sheridan said...

Beautiful Brusho immediately springs to mind although you've no doubt already thought of that one. A Brush with Brusho? Bountiful Brusho? Brushilicious? Bellisima Brusho? Bonjour Brusho? (there's a distinctly foreign touch creeping in here but then using a new (to you) product often feels like exploring a new land). I could go on ....

marianne said...

love this photo and i think it would make a great print for Bertha! would love to see "the" print from it too-

liniecat said...

Beguiling Brusho?
Tho like the Brush with Brusho idea too lol

lisette said...

that's brilliant marion - love that image!!

luscious brusho??

Valeri said...

Oh to be able to dye a piece of fabric like this! Wonderful piece!