31 Days of Scribbles Part 3
I wrapped up my daily project, 31 Days of Scribbles, a few days early in March because we were preparing to move back into our apartment this past weekend. I knew I would not have time or space to work on the last few, so I made the effort to create two each day while I still had time. I mostly used handmade paper with metallic screen printed patterns, which was lovely and spectacular to work with as a material.
I tried to explore different configurations of overlapping lines and overall shapes of the scribbles while not making them too complicated to cut in a short amount of time. It was a good learning experience to work with irregular shapes, as well as paper that is much more fibrous than materials I typically use in my work.
I have a few more sheets of handmade paper similar to those I used in the scribble series. I would really like to use them to create large work making use of the entire piece of paper for a single design. I am excited to get to work on that once I am settled back in my studio.