Day 28: Collage Sand Gild Stamp.
I’m really pleased with this spread. It’s late and I’m tired, but I love how it turned out.
We went to the Exploratorium today, Rem, my mom and I. It is a huge, hands-on museum that we could not possibly absorb in one visit.
The obligatory photo opportunity at the clever Toilet Fountain:
Black light. Mom and I both wore black and white striped t’s.
Tidal tubing – shows the level of the tide for every hour.
When I saw THIS piece, I knew it would inspire my entry for today. It is SO wonderful. I am so sorry not to have the name of the artist.
It was in the Tinkering Studio which has supplies and project you can do on the spot. I didn’t want to spend 30 minutes there on a project, but I brought home instructions on doing paper circuits with copper tape, tiny surface mount LEDs and coin cell batteries. Very interesting!
So, all I needed to do was make my small Art Journal version of the sign. But we still had a lot more to see at the museum.
Plastic hanger chandelier.
The Fog Bridge was lovely and cool on this hot, sunny day.
After lunch at the Ferry Building Marketplace and the ferry back to Larkspur, I ended up succumbing to a nap.
Finally, I started my journal pages. First I had to figure out the size and number of squares, then what words I would use, then I started cutting,
And now it is done and way past time for bed.
Here is what I came up with a year ago on Day 28: Rem and I collaborated on a Video showing Marbleized Paper.
The year before that it was: Bottle Cap Necklace, another collaboration because Rem snagged the caps for me.
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