Beautiful Coco Chanel-the article was something to do with the war and collaboration but I have no facts and just cut the picture out. I didn't want to read anything bad about her, and think that was why I didn't read it really. If anyone out there has more facts good or bad, please enlighten me.
Fun evening spent tracing faces from magazines. I was going to make some kind of garland, but in the end stapled them in here.
The next three pictures are from a new journal I have started. You know how I love to beach comb, and a lot of my art over the years has been related to this, as well as a lot of the results of it being displayed or kept around the place. I have looked in vain for a good book on beach combing, can't find one, and so thought I would make my own. Not exactly sure how it will go yet, but I would like to collect beach combing experiences of others, so if anyone has anything to tell me, or pictures to share I would be very happy! Thank you to Angela in New Zealand who has kindly let me use her photo of a massive beached tree. (Although it obviously could not be combed-it comes within my own set of criteria-i.e. it was found at a beach!) When I put it in the book I will show you.
I think I will start a separate blog for this book-like the outside of Sarah one.
Photos from the blog-printed and taped in.
Pictures that relate to beaches-a small plastic diver on the packet of my Innocent lunch, and a collection of stones from a magazine.