>Part 6: Revisiting the Butterfly Curtain

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butterfly

Today is Conference Saturday for my church, and we are listening to the afternoon session of it. I listened to the morning session while at work. Whenever I listen to conference at home, I always work on a project. So I decided I needed to get back to my daughter’s butterfly curtains for her bedroom; these are the two butterflies I made today. I will do a few more tomorrow.

butterfly

Sneak peak of one of the curtains in progress. Also one of the butterflies in the last photo has a quarter next to for a size reference to give you an idea of scale.

sneak peak
size reference see quarter

Part1: butterfly 1
Part 2: butterfly 2 and 3
Part 3: butterfly 4 and 5
Part4: butterfly curtain patterns
Part 5: butterfly 6
part 6: butterfly 7 and 8
Part 7: butterfly 9 – 15

>printmaking

>I did a lot of printmaking in the college and university levels. I have no idea where they all went, this is only part of what I did. There has to be another portfolio somewhere!

Silkscreen (I have several of these):

Tilted world (self portrait) silkscreen

Lino cut (linoleum cuts, a type of block printing):

freesia ( lino cut) series
freesia ( lino cut) series
freesia ( lino cut) series
freesia ( lino cut) series
freesia ( lino cut) series
freesia ( lino cut) series

Mono types (one of a kind):

calla lilly mono type
calla lilly mono type
calla lilly mono type
iris monotype
iris monotype

Lithos (lithographs; I have many of each of these).

iris (lithograph) two run print on lana paper
iris (lithograph)

Etchings (intaglio; I have many in these types, but I like doing series not runs, meaning each is a one-of-a-kind color configuration on the same plate)

nightmare etching (intaglio)
nightmare etching (intaglio)
nightmare etching (intaglio)
nightmare etching (intaglio)