The back of the page from the Fir bark rubbing caught lots of natural pigment and the paper was well textured when it dried, so I decided to leave it natural in the book.And I had gathered specimens of several types of lichen and some moss, so I decided to show how many elements featured in the book look naturally when found by the river, all in one photo collage. I found a spot that had the right type of moss I had printed. (Coming up in future pages soon.) Right beside it within arms reach I found a fir branch and cone and piece of cedar and some tiny cedar cones, and I dropped the branch with the different types of lichen all on one piece that I had found nearby on a walk. These items are all staples along the river and can be found easily any day of the year.
Next Author AppearanceFVP's Bard & Starlet Radio HourOctober 21st, 2017This annual theatre performance is once again including a short stage play of mine. It's always great fun to attend. Come on out to Black Dog Art's Cafe' Snoqualmie. It's Free!
Click on cover to find my Speculative Fiction Novel & Kindle – Released Oct. 2015
Click on cover to find my Speculative Fiction Novel & Kindle on Amazon-Released April 2017