Museum in the Woods, con’t

Extract, p.27. There’s a brooding quality throughout this book that I like. I feel cozy and safe in the woods, especially at night. That’s the Piscean dreamer in me.
There’s fabric and lace and prismacolor pencil on this page. I always remember one great trick Louise Seeking taught us: “If you’re worried about perfect perspective on a complex architectural house, hide it behind a tree.”
One example of the books in this series is up in the banner, to the far left, the Twin Flame. I like the construction of the handmade book with a hinge, so that the pages lie flat.

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