In a previous post I referred to another work in the series and tea dyed some b/w fabric to tone down the white for inclusion in what I envisage will be a larger work. So fabric strips had to be assembled first before being cut to the karst topography shapes that characterise this Bungle Bungles landscape – freehand all the way, of course.
I can continue with the black background, but I’m also considering a black with fine gold spots on it. After pinning some shapes up on each fabric to compare, I still couldn’t decide, so I photographed them –
and am now heading out the door to lunch, hoping that when I walk into my room later today the answer will be clear.