creating beautiful journals and books

Creative results

Well, I survived my talk on artists’ books at PekaKucha at the Milton Theatre last Thursday and our TRIO exhibition at Bunya’s Organics and Antiques in Milton is humming along with lots of interest and sales, especially during the Gallery Walk last Thursday. It was a beautiful balmy evening and we sat outside on Susan’s cane chairs drinking punch and enjoying the sea breeze. The exhibition will run for another week.
Today I am resting after a hectic two weeks.

The festival has been inspiring and the organisers have done an excellent job showcasing the wealth of talent in our community.
Yesterday I ran a book making workshop at the Dunn Lewis Centre and the talented participants produced some very creative work.

Helen's pamphlet book

Helen’s beautifully decorated pamphlet book

Danielle with the Japanese bound book she made yesterday
Irene and her flag book

Irene with the flag book she made for her daughter, using photographs of flowers from her garden.


One comment on “Creative results

  1. Janet Williams
    October 8, 2012

    Wow! I love this idea. Bookbinding is very rewarding. It’s even greater if you get more people together to achieve something so personal. I made a few books a while ago:

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