In a Row on Caturday

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I mean a row where things are lined up in a queue, as opposed to the kind of row one does to propel a boat, or a row that means a quarrel or dispute. I doubled-rowed here, where I illustrate a sequence of events in a row, as well as present the image of Miss Bean who appears in rows on a mesh screen which was used to print on fabric that became the cover of a book. I call this one “Green Bean.”

Cat with black and white camera-ready art of same.

Miss Bean, a fetching muse, posing prior to her visage being translated for the artwork.

Thermofax screen with cats.

Mesh screen used to print Miss Bean image onto fabric.

Cat fabric and handmade book.

Raw screen printed fabric on the left. The final book after the cloth was dyed on the right.

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