My daughter has just finished her end-of-year exams. She hates maths, as do I, so I tore out a page of her maths textbook (wicked, wicked glee!) to use as part of the background.
Collage: Paper, acrylic glazes, Japanese masking tape, marker pens, diamond glaze, rub-on letters, eyelets, acetate transparency.
Altered book, work in progress. A copy of Benjamin Franklin's Autobiography
which has been assertively altered - each spread has been cut down to a different architectural shape, and each spread thus has views behind and beyond to other spreads. The theme is the layered world of childhood, using illustrations from early 20th C illustrators as focal points. The illustrations in this spread are by Marguerite Davis.
Gallery is here [link]