Sunday, April 30, 2017

The Sunday Papers: 13

Welcome to The Sunday Papers. Grab a cuppa, get comfy and turn the virtual pages. Didn't get last week's paper delivery? See every edition here.

ART CRUSH
 Today's paper features a single work of art from a single artist: Glenda Miles - my art crush this week. 


In early April, Glenda attended a workshop I was teaching at the mixed media retreat Art is You in Santa Rosa, California. The class, a new one for me, was called Table of Contents. The brief was to create a series of bound booklets, each of which reflected a chapter of your life and all of which were then wrapped up inside book covers.  

The class was filled with talented people but Glenda's creation and the stories behind it moved me so that I wanted to share it with you. Wish you could all hold this and turn every page!




















You can also find Glenda on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter

12 comments:

Cindy said...

Just lovely.

Caterina Giglio said...

Beautiful and heartfelt, I can see why you featured it... Wonderful...

Sharon Y said...

Wow! Just wow! What a treasure!

Glenda Miles said...

Thank you Seth for featuring my experience + story as your latest Art Crush! The book has become a family treasure and is sitting on my altar being enjoyed by friends + family. <3

Tricia said...

This is so wonderful - you are right - I want to be able to hold and turn each page. This is truly a work of art!

Karen said...

This book looks fabulous. Love the choice of colors and the individual pages. Would love to see it live! Well done.

Pamela Gerard said...

i love it! i so wish I could see it in person....since i live in San Francisco maybe I can??????

Kari McKnight Holbrook said...

Almost more goodness in the room at one time than a body can stand! Seth, Glenda, and her gorgeous work- YUM!

Julie Short said...

Love the dreamy colours and the inclusions too! A treasure Glenda!

Linda said...

Beautiful. I saw Glenda at Artiscape this past weekend in Dublin, OH. Bought one of her collages sealed in encaustic medium. Love her work!

Angela Radford said...

Great project and a brilliant work of art. Happy crafty week, Angela x

A Pink said...

A truly beautiful work of art that has deep meaning and a whole lot of heart. Glenda is one incredibly talented lady. x