I love the book DESIGNA – Technical Secrets of the Traditional Visual Arts and I pick it several times per day, but I can only read a page or two and puzzle my way through the illustrations without having to close my eyes and think. When you do get this book go to page 149 and try to imagine doing these drawings before the current computer drawing programs became available. It hurts my mind. My mind needs a rest! I close my eyes and these images and similar ones swirl and morph and swirl and morph some more, and soon Debbie calls me to lunch or dinner or this time it was, “You haven’t done your blog yet.” This is a ten-minute effort. But I am going to download a William Morris artwork to give you a sample of what’s been going on behind my eyelids.
Google result – William Morris artist
It was a day of repeatedly falling to sleep after looking carefully at images such as this one.