Now, back to the Art

After some detours to Nonsense Land (musta been the heat), here's something new. I found this piece of black fabric under Karma's butt on the floor in my studio.It must be a cotton/poly blend by the way it dug in it's heels and resisted the dishwasher paste I use for discharging. It was covered in cat hair so I washed and dried it first, then discharged and painted it with Lumiere Pewter. 48x46. And here's what I was thinking about when I was painting it. I cannot wait for the Georgia Aquarium to open in the fall. I may become a full-time volunteer down there.


DebR said...

Well geeze louise, how perfect is THAT!

Is it just me or is it somewhat ironic that you found the perfect fabric under Karma's butt?

6:10 PM  
Caitlin O'Connor said...

What a TRULY yummy piece of fabric! What do you use to stop the bleach? I've been using just a LOT of water but now I'm concerned the bleach will just keep on rotting...

2:51 AM  
deborah said...

Thank you!
With this piece, when I decided the markings were the color I wanted, I just
balled it up and through it in the washing machine with a couple of pairs of
bluejeans and some dark towels and some cheepo detergent.

7:24 AM  
Cathy said...

Great fabric design. Good thing you found it.

9:40 AM  
gabrielle said...

Cats hiding fabric...now I know what is happening to all the stuff I am missing.
This piece is too perfect for your photo....start now...inquiring minds can't wait to see.

5:00 PM  
Sonji Hunt said...

Beautiful. I am fascinated with the black and white. I am fascinated with the living cells. I am fascinated with the whale.

8:07 PM  

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