So, my studio kitchen has spread into the rest of my apartment. While it is loads of fun working on multiple projects, space can be an issue. Why not use the rest of my tiny place to the best advantage?
I inherited a used wide format printer, which is named Bertrand, about two years ago. Being impatient, I took the printer home and began to use it immediately, without investing adequate time to learn about or calibrate it. Consequently, I have been frustrated with intermittent quality issues from time to time.
Yesterday, after spending about an hour trying to research the source of color banding in the prints, I gave up the task and tuned into Netflix for solace. This morning, I thought I would try again. I spent six hours researching, reading, cleaning, calibrating and experimenting. And, the results were well worth it.
Thank you for your patience and all your efforts Betrand!
I have received a request to participate in a window display for the Open & Out project in Santa Rosa. The Museum of Sonoma County is featuring works, from several program participants, from December through March. What a freaking awesome opportunity to share The HUman element project with passersby and museum visitors.
Now it's time to get to work. I have two weeks to put together a new mural using a different format. Frantically fun and fabulous!
Thank you to everyone for including this project which is so close to my heart.
Minor ramblings and updates