The Found postcard packs I mentioned in my last post are all packed and ready to go. I will be taking them to the Embroidery and Fashion/Sewing for Pleasure show at the NEC the week after next, and to the Festival of Quilts, and to Quatrefoil’s show at the RBSA Gallery in Birmingham in April too. The actual work will be at these venues too, when I decide how to hang it, a task I have been putting off, but will need to be sorted soon.
All 12 of the pieces can be seen in Gallery 3.
I will be offering them mail order too, so if you are interested please send me an e mail. I will have to weigh one and sort out postage charges, and I hope to put them, at some point, into my languishing Etsy shop. I need expert advice on this, as I have forgotten how to do it all, so that’s a job for my daughter; sorry Chlo…
There are 12 cards, A5, so quite big and showing lots of detail. There are also 2 printed sheets with a brief history of the pieces, and the text. In addition there is a nice little printed acetate of a flying moth, and a small hand printed and coloured screen print, for you to do whatever you like with; all the prints are different. And, the whole package is finished with a little porcelain ammonite, made by me.
The set costs £8.50, plus postage, which is £2.60 second class, or £3.00 first class, UK. If you e mail me I can either raise a Paypal invoice or you can send a cheque, slightly slower but it still works well.
Below, here are the piles of cards and the printed bags, waiting to be sorted.
And below, the whole set laid out.
My next job is to put a new page on the blog, with some images showing the making of Found; it will show on the side panel when I’ve done it. So, I’m just off to sort through quite a lot of images; bear with.