This the second half of my London Calling sketchbook that is making it's way via the U.S. postal system to the Brooklyn Art Library for the
Art House Co-op Sketchbook Project 2012.
My sketchbook is about my dream trip to London and being part of an
environmental art show at The Modern Tate.
This post shows what I contributed as an artist to the show.
I may have forgotten to send my "Little Pink House" to
Cloth Paper Scissors for their house challenge
but I have gotten a lot of use out of it elsewhere.
Once again I'm using rabbit/collage to talk about
the development of green spaces and displacement of wildlife.
The last page of the book asks,
What did you send to the landfill today?
I added my name to the title.
London Calling Jill Eudaly!
( Eudaly---how to pronounce my last name U-daily)
There is a new Sketchbook Project starting if you would like to give it a try.
Click the button for the Sketchbook Project on the right side of my blog.
It's a fun project. Your art work ( message) gets sent out into the world.
The hardest part of the project is that the books are small, 5x7.
I found it hard to work on such a small space.
I am doing the next Project but I think I'll remove
the pages then rebind the book when I'm finished.