Connie Rose's blogsite. She was having an anniversary and asked her readers what had inspired them most at her blog. I realized it was her use of photos in her collages and fiber art. I had played with Photoshop some in the past and even altered a few for use on fabric. But when my computer died so did the use of Photoshop. With my new computer I have downloaded Gimp and am gradually trying to figure out what all I can do with my photos. I haven't got far but enjoyed the results of simply using the Sepia setting for a few photos. Above is the dill from our garden drying on racks. Below is peering into my yogurt maker, shown in sepia.
Jane Dunnewold's post "Discharge! The Emperoro's New Clothes". It also reminded me that I've used dryer lint in my work. I've included it in some of my fiber studies and below is one of my early clay and fiber pieces made from the dryer lint of the fabric for my wedding dress.