Monday, October 28, 2013

Out of today's hot pot

A delicate flowering weed I found in the garden has given a lovely delicate remainder.

I am happy to say I have found two of the absolute best papers to use for eco-dyeing. Both Hahnemuhle and Khadi

Three fuchsias.

 Detail ... just gorgeous!

This is the most delicate rose leaf I have done so far.

And, from my little khadi paper booklet these ...

I could not be happier.


ronnie said...


Gemma Black said...

su-weeeeeet indeedie!

Roann Mathias said...

These are so lovely!

Gemma Black said...

Thank you Roann. I think for what I am after and not wanting to be influenced too much by others work, I am starting to get to where I want to go with these. x

Unknown said...

Beautiful delicacy in them all. Your khadi paper prints are very elegant and calligraphic.

Gemma Black said...

Ersi Marina,

Thank you for your lovely comment. I love your work and I have just started following your blog. I wish I had followed you a long time ago.

Thank you again g

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I am an Australian, a letter designer & calligrapher. I enjoy working with letters and grounds, teaching and mixing with like-minded people.


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