EarthSpirit
by Mayah
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EcoArt: Mini Pieces   28 mon  
In these last days of summer, busy making little art pieces. Here are some of them.
 
Eco Card ”Water Dripping” by mayah(c)2019 approximately 5” X 7” made from magazine images on handmade paper EcoMaG by mayah(c)2019 3.5” x 4” refrigerator magnet made from magazine images on cardboard; sides have black electrical tape; magnetic sheet backing.* Eco Art Mini Ark Placard by mayah(c)2019 approximately 4.5” X 4.5” X .125” made out of recycled magazine images on cardboard backing. The rose image ”sticks out” to form a pocket; the animal pieces fit inside the pocket to form a little ”ark”. Eco Art Turtle Placard by mayah(c)2019 7 ...   read more



 
EcoArt:Homage to Woodstock   29 mon  
An Eco Art piece in honor of the 50th anniversary of the famous music festival that took place in a farmer's field in 1969.
 
This little Eco Art piece by mayah(c)2019 is made from an empty herbal tea box and recycled magazine images: https://www.curezone.org/upload/Members/Mayah/EcoArt_Woodstock_01_2019cz.jpg Interior of tea box: ”Flower Power!” The U.S. postage stamp says: ”1969 Woodstock 3 Days of Peace and Music Forever U.S.A.” ** https://www.curezone.org/upload/Members/Mayah/EcoArt_Woodstock_2019_02cz.jpg Exterior: ”Far out!’ MORE about Woodstock: ”August 2019 marks half a century since 500,000 hopeful, curious and rebellious young Americans crowded onto Max Yasgur’s upstate N ...   read more



 
EcoArt:Book of Oddities   29 mon  
Many years ago my friend Your Enchanted Gardener gave me this little book made of hand-made paper. I'm not sure what type of natural fiber the cover is made out of...if I'm remembering correctly it is elephant dung! Made a little collage on each page.
 
Cover made of elephant dung(?) ”Little Book of Oddities” Eco Art by mayah(c)2019: 22 pages; closed: 5” X 7.5” X 3/4”; recycled magazine images on handmade paper. Each page has an ”oddity”--a combination of materials you wouldn’t usually find in ”reality”, except for the reality of one’s imagination. ”Eco Art by mayah” utilizes recycled/reused and earth-friendlier materials whenever possible Your Enchanted Gardener Curezone Blog: https://www.curezone.org/blogs/f.asp?f=92 MORE ART BLOGS: ”Voyager-Recipient Unknow ...   read more



 
EcoArt:"Voyager-Recipient Unknown"   29 mon  
On August 20 and September 5, 1977, the Voyager probes were launched by NASA. After 41 years, they're both still operational and communicating with NASA; both have left our solar system and are in interstellar space.
 
”Voyager: Recipient Unknown” Co-Creation: LFIRE and Eco Art by mayah(2019) 8” x10” mixed media art This is a co-creation with my artist friend LFIRE. I sent her some stretchy brown packaging material and she made a large mixed media art work utilizing it. (see her blog: https://www.curezone.org/blogs/fm.asp?i=2426398 ) Then she sent me this smaller piece so I could see what it looked like. She told me it was difficult to work with as it is so stretchy. The background is painted first, then the stretchy packaging material is added on with glue. I added the newspaper photo*, coat ...   read more



 
Eco Art: "Into the Unknown"/"Hives"   30 mon  
The last of the Cardboard Box Creations! #'s 15 and 16! Done, done, done! I have finished my 16-box creation challenge and am ready to move on and do something new!
 
Eco Art Cardboard Box Creations #15 ”Into the Unknown” and #16 ”Hives” by mayah(c)2019 6.5” X 8.5” X 2.5” mixed media art pieces made from recycled cracker boxes, turned inside-out and coated with matte acrylic*. Images backed with Rhimax 100% recycled paper**; jute hangers: ”Into the Unknown” Cardboard Box Creation #15 by mayah(c)2019 ”Into the Unknown” detail ”Into the Unknown” side view ”Into the Unknown”: On the box side, the original photograph is credited: ”Anthony Hernandez: Pictures for Rome #17, 1999, inkjet print, 40 inches square.” The photo was shown i ...   read more



 
Eco Art: "Tiger Rose" #14   30 mon  
Finishing up the last of the Cardboard Box Creations! Here's #14 of the 16 total boxes. This box creation is based on a placard I made last year; I gave the placard to a friend of mine.
 
Eco Art Cardboard Box Creation #14 ”Tiger Rose” by mayah(c)2019 6.5” X 8.5” X 2.5” mixed media piece made from recycled cracker box, turned inside-out and coated with matte acrylic.* The background and side images of tigers are from an old Greenpeace calendar and WWF mailer**; flower images from newspaper and magazine advertisements. Quotation from prior Eco Art by mayah***. Images are backed with Rhimax 100% recycled paper****; jute hanger. Eco Art Cardboard Box Creations from the 16-part series: ”Into the Unknown” and ”Hives” Boxes 15 and 16 http ...   read more



 
EcoArt: Space-Time-Matter-Energy   30 mon  
This is out of order but I wanted to post this Cardboard Box Creation by itself, in honor of the 50 year anniversary of the first lunar landing coming up on July 20.
 
Eco Art Cardboard Box Creation #12 ”Space-Time-Matter-Energy” by mayah(c)2019 6.5” X 8.5” X 2.5” mixed media piece made from recycled cracker box, turned inside-out and coated with matte acrylic.* The background images of a galaxy and the cut-out star shapes are from an old calendar; the ”doors” and words are recycled magazine advertisements; metal piece is recycled from an old photo box. Images are backed with Rhimax 100% recycled paper**; jute hanger. I’ve been a bit of a ”space buff” since childhood, fueled in part by my love of science fiction. We’ve developed theories ...   read more



 
EcoArt:"SunBee"/"VanGogh Revisited"   30 mon  
Continuing with my Cardboard Box Creations, numbers 11 and 13
 
Eco Art Cardboard Box Creation #11 ”SunBee” by mayah(c)2019 Eco Art Cardboard Box Creation #13 ”Van Gogh Revisted” by mayah(c)2019 Both 6.5” X 8.5” X 2.5” mixed media Eco Art pieces are made from recycled cracker boxes, turned inside-out and coated with matte acrylic*; images are all backed with Rhimax 100% recycled paper product for strength and flexibility**;jute hangers: ”SunBee”: The flower images are from ”The Whole Seed Catalog/From Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds” 2018 and 2019 editions***; other images from recycled advertisement and junk mail; recycled paper; ac ...   read more



 
EcoArt:"Ocean" and "Precious"   31 mon  
Continuing my Cardboard Box Creation project with boxes 9 and 10
 
Eco Art by mayah(c)2019 Box Creation 09, ”Ocean” 6.5” X 8.5” X 2.5” Both boxes are made from recycled cracker boxes turned inside-out and coated with matte acrylic for low-gloss sheen and protection; jute hangers. ”Ocean”: recycled magazine images and junk mail envelope; Rhimax 100% recycled paper product; found sea shells (no animals were killed for their shells--these were found on the public beaches of S. California); hand embroidery Side view, ”Ocean” Eco Art by mayah(c)2019 Cardboard Box Creation 10, ”Precious” 6.5” X 8.5” X 2.5” Magazine advertisement imag ...   read more



 
Eco Art: "Ruth and Naomi"   31 mon  
Continuing the 16-part Cardboard Box Creation Series with the story of Ruth and Naomi from the biblical Book of Ruth
 
Eco Art by mayah(c)2019 Box Creation 08, ”Ruth and Naomi” 6.5” X 8.5” X 2.5” Made from recycled cracker box turned inside-out and coated with matte acrylic**** for low-gloss sheen and protection; jute hanger (not shown); images from old calendar; art paper background; handmade book; Star-of-David jewelry piece. I was inspired to make this art piece after looking through an old Jewish calendar; all of the monthly images of Jewish art were provided by The Library of The Jewish Theological Seminary, New York City.** In the calendar, accompanying the image of Ruth and Naomi, was a b ...   read more



 
Happy Summer Solstice!   31 mon  
Another "pass it on card" for summer; pass-it-on cards contain a small pocket inside with a piece of paper with a message written on it. The card can be re-used by inserting a new message into the pocket and re-mailing the card to someone else.
 
Eco Art by mayah(c)2019 Pass-It-On Greeting Card made out of Rhimax* 100% recycled paper, jute and scrap paper, reused paint palette (acrylic paint on unbleached wax paper), hand embroidery. Pass-It-On Greeting Cards: https://www.curezone.org/blogs/fm.asp?i=2422088 *Rhimax: https://www.marylandpaper.com/products Eco Art by mayah utilizes recycled/reused/earth-friendlier materials whenever possible. MORE RECENT ART BLOGS: Eco Art: ”Tree” and ”Family” https://www.curezone.org/blogs/fm.asp?i=2425378 Eco Art: ”Memorial Day” https://www.curezone.org/blogs/fm.asp?i=2 ...   read more



 
EcoArt Boxes:"Tree"&"Dad's Home!"   31 mon  
Recycling cracker boxes, here are Nos. 6 and 7 of my projected 16-"Cardboard Box Creation" art project!
 
Eco Art Cardboard Box Creation 06 ”Tree” by mayah(c)2019 6.5” X 8.5” X 2.5” Made from recycled cracker box, turned inside-out and coated with matte acrylic*** for low-gloss sheen and protection; jute hanger (not shown); reused paint palette: acrylic on waxed paper; handmade open weave paper; hand embroidery;recycled tea bag tags Sideview--you can see the ”fringe” of the open-weave paper extending past the edges of the box The open-weave handmade paper was gifted to me by LFIRE*; it is from a small company named Loose Ends Unleashed** The Tea Tags state: ”Plant Kindness and G ...   read more



 
Eco Art:Memorial Day 2019   32 mon  
Eco Art piece with my commentary about guns,violence, and war
 
WHAT A PIECE OF WORK IS MAN* ”What a piece of work is man How noble in reason How infinite in faculties In form and moving How express and admirable In action how like an angel In apprehension how like a god The beauty of the world The paragon of animals I have of late But wherefore I know not Lost all my mirth This goodly frame The earth Seems to me a sterile promontory This most excellent canopy The air-- look you! This brave o’erhanging firmament This majestical roof ’Fretted with golden fire Why it appears no other thing to me Than a foul and pestilent congreg ...   read more



 
Eco Art: Box Tires 05   32 mon  
Continuing to make art out of recycled cardboard boxes, this is the 5th in a series of 16.
 
Eco Art Cardboard Box Tires by mayah(c)2019 Recycled materials: cardboard cracker box 8.5” x 6.5” x 2.5” turned inside out and coated with matte acrylic, magazine image, paint palette (unbleached wax paper/acrylic paint), cardboard; hand embroidery; jute hanger (not shown). Side view shows the ”tires” hanging freely from the top of the frame. On the side, the original art piece is credited: ”Cady Noland, ’Publyck Sculpture’, 1994, aluminum over wood, steel plates, metal chains, and whitewall tires, 118 by 189 by 30 inches. Courtesy Museum fur Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt. Photo: F ...   read more



 
Eco Art: "Squiggles"/"Goddess Two"   32 mon  
Continuing my "cardboard kick", made two more box creations. I've decided to make 16 art pieces of this same sized box. So far, counting these, there are 4 box creations...only 12 more to go!
 
Eco Art by mayah(c)2019 Cardboard Box Creation 03 ”Squiggles” 3-D image Eco Art by mayah(c)2019 Cardboard Box Creation 04 ”Goddess Two” 3-D side image Cardboard cracker boxes, both 8.5” x 6.5” x 2.5”, turned inside out, coated with matte acrylic. ”Squiggles”: reused paint palette, hand embroidered onto box; jute hanger. I use unbleached waxed paper for a paint palette, and instead of throwing it away save it for reuse. The pink ”ink splotch” was created by folding the paint palette in half to disperse the left-over paint; a bit more acrylic paint was added to ma ...   read more



 
EcoArt:E.T. Paper Doll   32 mon  
More Eco Art utilizing dried flowers
 
When I was a kid, I loved cutting out paper dolls and their clothes. I was never interested in playing with them, I just liked to be creative and soon drew and cut out my own paper clothes for them. This kind of activity later included designing and sewing my own clothes for Barbie dolls. I made clothes for them until I was 14, long past the time most kids put the dolls away. This paper doll started out as a photo in the Sunday April 28 2019 Los Angeles Times from the fashion section.** I thought the model’s head mask so interesting that I cut out the photo. Since it was print ...   read more



 
EcoArt:Spring Flowers   3 y  
Spring Flowers from around my neighborhood
 
Eco Art by mayah(c)2019 ”Spring Flowers” 9” x 13” This was a rather challenging art piece to make. My friend LFIRE* gifted me with the twelve small 3” x 2.5” rectangles made of natural coconut husk.** I laid them out on my art table in the grid you see here, and immediately wanted to piece them together. After two failed attempts at using embroidery floss to tie the pieces together (the floss was not sturdy enough to keep the cross threads from collapsing), the decision was made to use jute twine instead. Each piece of coconut husk was brittle, so I started out by gluing Rhimax ( ...   read more



 
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