I love it when the board speaks to me – the humble pin board meant to showcase the real design. Here, the stripes of white on either side as well as the bit of white above the highest roof now seem essential. Even the vertical books below intrigue me.
It is very hot here again. After a game of fetch, Finn kept panting and panting, so I draped one cold towel after another around his neck — a trick I learned from my mailman during that recent extreme heat. I knew Finn liked it when he followed me and waited patiently near the sink. He continued to pant hard, so I coaxed him into an empty tub and ran cold water, splashing and rinsing him. That seems to’ve worked. I know he needed it because he hates the bathtub. Not today — hopped right in!
Love your indigo patches … and the process revealed in your photos. Thanks for sharing!
love how the white cloud in the third photo works with the white spaces on your pin board
Poor hot Finn! You are totally right about the white spaces (and the integrated effect of the books below). I’m looking forward to see how this progresses.
love the work
(also against the light !)