emma mcnally. Below the level of the musical note lies the realm of microsound... particles lasting less than one-tenth of a second... to probe and manipulate these pinpoints...dissolving the traditional building blocks of music—notes and their intervals—into a more fluid and supple medium. The sensations of point, pulse (series of points), line (tone), and surface (texture) emerge as particle density increases. Sounds coalesce, evaporate, and mutate into other sounds.’ Curtis Roads ‘Microsound’
Fantasy Taxidermy: Unicorn. The picture displayed is of "Ulrich the Unicorn" or my first taxidermy piece. He weighs approximately 8 lbs mounted on the wall. He is made from a taxidermy form, sculpey, alpaca wool, glass eyes, paint, wood and just a bit of blood, sweat and tears. He is the size of a small white tail buck.
This picture is of the elven princess in The Hobbit, she is an elven hunter and her elegance is shown here along with her bow. This is because not only is she a elegant creature, she is also incredibly deadly. Most of the picture has a greenish tint to it, this is due to the fact that the elves live in the forest.
early 20th-century Polynesian tapa cloth with natural organic dyes in pleasing floral and geometric designs. Called cloth, but made from bark. My grandmother brought one home for my brother in the 1950's. Beautiful color & pattern, but a paper-like feel.