These following are photo copies of the monoprints that have been cut up and made into new compositions, the possibilities and permutations of such an exercise are endless. I enjoyed doing this
The sample mentioned previously has been torn into four and worked into by various methods
Pin tucks have been machine stitched to emphasise the linear pattern and mounted onto torn yellow Khadi paper
Mounted onto a blue fabric with the edges frayed and embellished with hand stitching to emphasise the curves and blocks of colour. Just using simple running stitch and French knots.
Mounted onto torn Khadi paper and machine stitching added highlight the painted pattern. Using free machining, an automatic pattern and straight stitch.
The original painting has been extended using felt tip pens, torn into four further pieces and mounted onto other khadi paper as a collage
This is a convenient point, towards the end of Module 1, at which to stop in order to change to the Certificate so embarking on that creative journey before returning to the Diploma.