Some finds from the Short Run zine and art fest in Seattle This past year, I had a lot of changes in my life, with a change of work and moving all the way from the east coast to Seattle.
This semester I’ve been working on learning and exploring Sashiko Stitching – a practice not dissimilar to embroidery, rooted in reinforcement and, in conversation with other practices, mending.
This is a clip of me inking and painting in watercolour a distant mountain range with a tower nestled in it. I inked the piece using my Rotring Isograph 0.
Today I penciled, inked, and painted in watercolour a small scene of a cottage or home. Take a look!
Hi, it’s Dieter. This is the third newsletter issue of things I do and things I find. Hope you find something interesting in here! I’ve rewritten this short piece several times over the last few months – somehow it just never felt like the right moment to hit send.