(Dame Bell Phoebe while traveling with her page and her Laurel Knight approaches a bridge where she sees a tree full of her accomplishments and then a Pelican Knight appears to join her company!)
Sunday, September 10, 2017
Pelican scroll inspired by pages from King Rene’s Book of Love, specifically Folio 18v and Folio 21v, 15th century, France. Illumination by Master Tristan Alexander, calligraphy by Lady Failenn Chu Inghean Fhaelain . I think it was 9 x 12, Acrylic, Egg Tempera and Gold leaf on Parchemnt (the skin not the paper).
Thursday, June 29, 2017
Pelican scroll based on illustration 107 from the Theuerdank, German, 1517 by Leonhard Beck: Before the city walls, surrounded by the royal household, Theuerdank recives the laurel wreath from Queen Ehrenreich assisted by Ehrenhold. Egg tempera, Acrylic, micron pen on parchment (the skin not the paper). Illumination by Master Tristan Alexander, Calligraphy by Baroness Daniela Schwartzhaupt.
Saturday, June 3, 2017
"Sforza Laurel", 9 x 12, Egg Tempera, Acrylic, ProWhite and Pigma pen on Parchment (the skin not the paper). It is based on pages the Sforza Hours, c.1490, Milan. My bad calligraphy is in Oak Gall ink. The borders are my own variation on several from the book and the top and bottom Angel and Melusine are directly from different pages (samples will appear below my scroll).
Friday, March 10, 2017
Knighting scroll for Kollack von Zweckel (which it is a portrait of) based on St. George from the “Paumgartner Alterpiece”, 1498-1503 by Durer. This is 24 x 38 curved wood shield painted with Acrylic. The top picture is the scroll/shield, the bottom one is the Durer painting it was based on.