Of course, my focus was on paper. The classes were led by fiber artist Judy Dominic at her home in the Ohio countryside. Perfect setting. Perfect weather. Perfect teacher. Here's a peek at what we did ...
|Almost everything was tied into bundles |
with the paper/cloth wound around sticks
or folded between boards, with plant materials
inside. Some pieces were "tied" in spots with
rubber bands. Results are erratic, which is
party of the beauty of this method.
|One of my bundles, and the resulting paper. The dark|
areas were where nails were placed. It was also
dipped into a vat of walnut ink, and cooked in a pot
of rusty water.
|Another bundle, and the result - showing both|
sides of the paper. This was a large piece,
so it was turned around in the pot a few times.
The pot contained copper, which added
brightness to the paper.