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then there were 7

appr. A4 size and 30x40cm unframed the tree at the bottom right might be considered a Tree of Death, as the Le Tampographe Sardon stamp of a dead bird is lying at the top of the tree and the grey circles could be seen as shadows-fruits; I only just noticed they mention it here:  'The Mexican Trees of Life traditionally represent the myth of Adam and Eve’s banishment from Earth but interpreted through indigenous religious beliefs. They also represent Earth’s fertility, which involves dying to be reborn. The tree form is now used to depict many different stories including trees of death.'  information found on Milagros' shop site here   not 7 trees, but 8  I made another one today using a paste paper recipe from Mark Hearld's book 'Raucous Invention: the Joy of Making' one of my favourite books  I don't think I mixed the corn flour and water properly 'cos I still had tiny lumps after having mixed in the pigments, I started with v ert foncĂ© ardoise add

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