|"Arborist Vincent" the first foray into referencing famous|
paintings in my own work - it's kind of cheating, so I may
not do it again...
Here's what's new!
- The store is up & running & actually selling stuff!
- Arborist works are continuing into the foreseeable future - because y'all seem to really love it
- But I am still working on FibroShark Hungry, as promised
- Paper experiments are also happening & turning out really well!
As per usual, you can find pictures of me & my work (& my dog) on Instagram, & follow Setzer Studio Arts & FibroShark on Facebook.
Setzer Studio Arts Store!
So, I dislike alliteration (because reasons), but I remain excited about the Setzer Studio Arts Store! (Yes, there is a redirect, & it's totally legit because I manage my own internet things right now, even tho I really dislike it.)
So! Go buy some art!
Arborist will continue into the foreseeable future
|An image of my work station|
I'm not terribly surprised that the Arborist works are so popular, but because they are (mostly the grande series on the handmade paper -- which is terribly edifying, y'all), I'll be continuing to make a few each week. Should you have something specific in mind & want to commission an Arborist style piece (or pieces), get in touch with me via Facebook.
And work on FibroShark Hungry continues to continue
Honestly, writing a book is a little harder than I thought it would be. This should surprise no one who has ever actually taken this adventure -- and probably not anyone else either. But, I am doing a little bit each week & we're getting closer & closer to being finished. It continues...
Experimental paper is happening too
|GLITTER PAPER MOTHERFUCKER!|
Last week I made 3 experimental batches of paper: green with bits of leaves & fresh lavender, yellow with pink stars & silver glitter, & yellow with gold micha flakes. Each turned out beautifully, & you'll see them in upcoming Arborist pieces - in fact, "Arborist Vincent" is on the yellow with gold micha, & contributes to its success as a piece. I don't want to say that I'm feeling smug for all of these coming together so well, but I am feeling a bit of the tight pride that comes with a job well-done.