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Wednesday, 9 January 2013


An hour in Shepard's in Victoria, London buying paper - sticking to the rule of only working with materials including papers that are 'invisible' or 'hidden' for the project was hard as Velum, both mock and real was to hand. The range of papers for printmaking is extensive but I came away with acid free tissue, glassine both black and white, a form of tracing paper that is used within photo albums, some brown kraft Jute wrapping paper and the marvel that is Tyvek - not quite fabric nor paper. I can't wait to start layering these up, folding and thinking about the hidden. 
Meanwhile I have been looking back at the images I'm collecting of cloth, specifically folded cloth within paintings.- Durer Self Portrait.

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