A Walk in the Woods, Gale Everett Studio
Journal Entry, February 1, 2011, Gale Everett Studio
Maple Leaf Lamp, Gale Everett Studio
Pod Lamp, Gale Everett Studio
Winter’s Remains, Gale Everett Studio
Wonderful work, Gale. Love especially winter’s remains. WOW.
Am excited to see the Storefront Project coming together.
Thanks so much Kate!
Winter’s Remains was a fun challenge to pull off. It’s made from the skeletal leaf remains of the Oregon Ash tree.
there are beautiful. are the ones on tops book?
The top image (Journal entry…blah blah blah) is a book of sorts. I created a balsa wood stick frame, stretched a hand colored block print to one side, took sections of text from my journal for the other, wrapped it with other paper with rivets in place and strung embroidery floss through all 8 cubes. Exceedingly light weight and very fragile. Green wrapped blocks refer to looking up into the canopy above my head, rusty brown is looking down. The earth of our hillsides has lots of iron.
love it. and winter’s remains too
Winter’s Remains is made from skeletal leaf remains of Oregon Ash trees. :)
your paper garment there is very intriguing.
The coat is actually made from skeleton leaves collected during late winter, so not actually paper.
Thanks for your comment! :)
wow! it looks almost like mulberry paper in the pic.
It’s one of those that looks best in person. Also nice to see it with light shining thru the work.
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