A fragment of George Orwell’s book, 1984. The first part of the text is lettering created from what I got with an old typewriter, the last word is in a reworked NEULAND adorned with filigrees. The black is watercolor and the red is eosin.
I am making progress on my materials for the course on 12th century initials and filigrees that will take place next April.
But, of course, nothing beats creating to put into practice the elements found in the manuscripts. So here is a small piece of a work in progress.
Yes, it’s green (sometimes you have to get out of your comfort zone), soon a complete view of this composition and, in the meantime, you can already register for the course at the Arche de Saint-Antoine.
I am very happy to have been asked by IAMPETH for the second year in a row to participate to IAMPETH Virtual, a set of 12 one-hour demos, online and in English with 12 professionals from all over the world.
I’ll be talking (again) about filigrees but this time about a rather special pattern, spirals!!!