The preparation material

I chose one of the cardboard boxes on the table of the room and painted it in acrylic colors. When the painting dried, I glued japanese ephemera on top and jewels on the four corners.

This is the paper bag book that I will use as a folder to keep papers, maps, ephemera, postcards, and other flat stuff that I will probably find in the route. I put together 12 brown envelopes and saw them together. Then I added a black cardboard paper for the cover and decorated it with acrylic painting, and an image that I glued on it afterwards. The tube is the map, it’s just rolled.

And finally here’s the map that I carried all the way from home. It’s made of acrylic paintings on brown wrapping paper.

I realized when I was making the first box that I would need another container for all the stuff I know I will find on my way, so I made another one just in case. I also found a leather leash with which I can tie both boxes together and on Shobogenzo.

Here is the second box, that I made exactly the same way than with the first one. Acrylic colors with tibetan ephemera.

And here’s how I’m going to carry them on the horse.

About soulportrait

Michaela Devi Genaine, Spain michaeladevi@hotmail.com Although I am of Swiss origin, I have been living in Spain for 20 years. I moved to this country with my family when I was 9 years old, and have since then been involved with a broad spectrum of alternative projects, as well as being a pioneer of homeschooling. I am currently living in the Prades mountains near the Mediterranean Coast. I practice sustainable gardening, ecopsycology, art and psychosynthesis. I am fluent in English, Spanish and French.
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2 Responses to The preparation material

  1. Linda D. says:

    Fantastic work! You’ve done an awful lot – am impressed 🙂

  2. artemysos says:

    These are really gorgeous, Deva! Love, love, love them!

    Gena/Hovo

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