christine buckton tillman

These two weirdos. 
Layers, layers, layers. View high resolution

These two weirdos.
Layers, layers, layers.

Morning light in the studio. 
My “new” (year old) space has good light for working but is smaller. I’m down to one shaded dormer window from two third story full sun windows. It’s fine for working but I’m not as in love with my photos in the space.
Morning light is absolutely beautiful though- and smaller room and a more powerful light makes for good night working. View high resolution

Morning light in the studio.
My “new” (year old) space has good light for working but is smaller. I’m down to one shaded dormer window from two third story full sun windows. It’s fine for working but I’m not as in love with my photos in the space.
Morning light is absolutely beautiful though- and smaller room and a more powerful light makes for good night working.

"No Fits Nilson" reminding me that I should draw shadows.
And Polly’s feet cause she wanted in on this.

Amazing tree in a book from the library. View high resolution

Amazing tree in a book from the library.

benjaminllevy:

(via Polly Apfelbaum: ‘A Handweaver’s Pattern Book’ - NYTimes.com)

She’s my absolute favorite.I’ve only seen a few of the fabric pieces in person. One at Art Chicago back in 2001 it was in a dark corner on dingy Navy Pier carpet but it still glowed.I wish I could see this show. Weird that I’m only seeing snippets on my phone.

benjaminllevy:

(via Polly Apfelbaum: ‘A Handweaver’s Pattern Book’ - NYTimes.com)

She’s my absolute favorite.
I’ve only seen a few of the fabric pieces in person. One at Art Chicago back in 2001 it was in a dark corner on dingy Navy Pier carpet but it still glowed.
I wish I could see this show. Weird that I’m only seeing snippets on my phone.

Hello chair from observation from the veranda. View high resolution

Hello chair from observation from the veranda.

Roofing tiles make scallop shapes. Today I learned that  back in the day these were made by hand using human thighs as a mold. View high resolution

Roofing tiles make scallop shapes. Today I learned that back in the day these were made by hand using human thighs as a mold.

A display of colors in gelatin pill casings at museum dedicated to preserving ochre pigment production.

Bathroom window in Lacoste. View high resolution

Bathroom window in Lacoste.

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