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Miranda: Art Every Day Month ~ Day 5

Day 5 of Art Every Day Month (AEDM), and I actually have a “finished” piece in hand, the first in the series I’m working on this month. It’s hard for me to say that a poem is “done” after only a few days of working on it, and it’s quite possible that I’ll ultimately end up re-doing the entire collage in order to revise the poem, but such is the nature of work in progress.

I like how the Instagram filter makes the gobo image pop — which was what I had in mind. But with the Instagram square I can’t present the piece in its actual format (a rectangle in landscape orientation — see second image below). These pieces will make use of a lot of black space. The plan is create an entire collection of these gobo poems and bind them into a book. (Rebecca, I’ll be relying on your help when the time comes!)

I’m posting my AEDM work here on a daily or near-daily basis. If you’d like to join in the fun, it’s not too late! Here’s all the info. And if you don’t have your own blog, you’re welcome to post your AEDM work here. Just comment on this post to let me know.

AEDM Day 5: A closeup of the final "305. Eiffel Tower"

AEDM Day 5: The final "305. Eiffel Tower" (not very well photographed -- there is more of a border on the bottom edge than shows here -- and it's not trapezoidal in real life!)

5 Comments Post a comment
  1. so very touching, thank you šŸ˜‰

    esp liked,

    “easy as opening a door into belonging”

    the remembered-momentos add a ton of feeling, and yet so lightly, nice…

    November 6, 2011
    • Thank you! I appreciate your kind comments. It feels a little funny to share my work when it’s so new — hasn’t yet had the benefit of percolation and the test of time, but in the spirit of Art Every Day Month, sharing is the name of the game!

      November 6, 2011
  2. What a beautiful piece, Miranda! Beautiful words. And I love how you’ve arranged it.

    November 7, 2011

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