Thursday, July 14, 2011

Al-pha-bet-i-ca

I have been involved in a round robin with the Honolulu Book Arts group for quite awhile. I am terribly behind, but do what I can, when I can. The assigned theme for this one was Al-pha-bet-i-ca (a la Lynne Perrella). I am not so sure I captured her style, but I did have a lot of fun doing it. This is done on top of old dictionary pages (with words that begin with the letter "S") that I was provided. I mounted them to box-board and then did an image transfer of Henrietta Marie, Queen of England, 1638, by Sir Anthony Van Dyck.

9 comments:

Puma said...

Очень интересно!

roc said...

just wonderful!

Healing Woman said...

I just love this one. Thanks so much for the inspiration.

Art at Chesterbrook Academy Elementary School said...

I took a look at your website.
Very interesting work.
I love your sense of color

Anonymous said...

very interesting information! .

signy said...

very nice¡¡¡ Just one question how did you make the transfer?

Ingrid Dijkers said...

Thanks Signy.
The transfer is made using "Golden's Matte Medium" and "Great White imaging and photo paper". It is my understanding that the papaer is no longer being made, but I am certain there are other substitutes available.

Marit said...

And again a very inspiring art journal page by the talented artist Ingrid! Wow, you rock girl!

sukey said...

i'm thrilled that you commented on my blog. have long admired your work. thank you so much!

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