NAVASOTA, TX – We teamed up with Two Rivers Heritage Foundation to scan a map of the original town. Measuring almost 20×24 inches and containing seventeen internal pages, scanning the delicate document took some thought. We used two flood lamps, placed the book in front of a matboard and made three digital photographs of each page. We stitched the images together in photoshop. Today this valuable piece of Navasota history lives online as a PDF file.
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I’ve been working with my paintings in PS to create original patterns to be printed on fabric. I am really excited about the outcome and am continuing to make more designs. Hopefully in the future I will see these designs on products! Can’t wait to see where they go.
I took a visit to Degallery in College Station to visit and talk with the owner, Dary. The current exhibition was Charles Wallis, a local artist. It was a great show! Thanks to DeGallery for providing a great art and event venue for the arts.
BUT. We had an art show in the attic, and it was cool. We opened up the Horlock House for Halloween night and let families come see the gallery and what the Horlock House and family were about. We had spooky decorations and music to set the mood, and hung art in the attic, complete with a photo of the Horlock Grave. Despite the rain, the event was a success. We were happy to bring something new to the community (and correct any rumors about the house being haunted!)