so many points of view...

It's so thrilling while photographing a new work, discovering the structure changing in so many ways; a  reminder of something I heard many times growing up: the importance to always examine all points of view... 

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  1. Once again spectacular work.........

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    1. Thank you, Roberta.
      I am thrilled you like it.

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  2. I agree about the thrill of finding so many ways to look at a structure. I became aware of this when I made my first flag book many years ago and I still love to flip it around to see the wonderful shapes it makes. This map fold is very impressive.

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    1. Carol,
      It's amazing how many different "worlds" are contained within the folds of a 3 dimensional paper structure.
      Flap structures are also very giving in this sort of imagination ride... Thank you for you kind comments and as always: thank you for stopping by!
      xox

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  3. Hi, just found your blog, what lot of wonderful stuff you make. LOVE your paste paper designs. I've made a lot of books and taught some basic workshops, but I'm feeling the urge to get into some more 'artists books' style stuff, your blog is really inspiring me, thank you.

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    1. Nina, What a wonderful message!
      Thank you for writing and most of all thank you for letting my work inspire you.
      All the best on your next artists' book project.

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  4. I have just made a little book about 'Point' using Turkish Map fold. So these type of images have been very much on my mind too.

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