Perhaps my lack of inspiration is due to Titivillus, the demon that pushes scribes to make mistakes in copying. I saw him in my watercolor palette.
In spite of him, I keep scribbling, because I don’t have any ideas.
As promised, a picture of one of the works done during the exhibition in Coulon.
It’s a sentence by Paul Eluard, written with pigments and gum before being decorated with … surprise … filigrees 🙂
To see the whole work, click here.
Titivillus is the daemon who harass calligraphers, provoking stains and copy mistakes among other distasters.
He shows most of the times when one doesn’texpect him, here on the paper on which I wipped out the varnish from a piece of zinc.