I finished Leaf Me Alone 2 just in time for the Michigan League of Handweaver's Conference and entered it into the Fiber Art exhibit. It received an honorable mention. I was fortunate enough to be the scribe for Cameron Taylor-Brown as she went through each piece critique-style. She said that both of my Leaf Me Alone series weavings looked like maquetes (I appreciated her use of this word). Which they kind-of are. I have one more small piece to weave and then I'll be warping my loom for the original idea, a large version of Leaf Me Alone.
I wanted to play more with the way I'm using my words in my pieces, so I wove this one on an angle. Cameron thought (and I agree) it's a bit more playful, almost like something from a comic book. (Another prompt for a new piece concept to boot.)
As usual, this piece has the beaded edging which is becoming a bit of a signature of mine. The smaller pieces turn out a little wonky with the beads because it's not as heavy as the larger pieces. Something to work on still.
I struggle to get absolute true-colors in my images sometimes and I'm seeing a lot of different lighting for this pieces does different things. I originally thought the above and below photos were too dark, but I think these also give a good idea of what this piece is.