Going Home

I”ve been working on a project for the last few months, which involves this wonderful tin lithography Marx colonial dollhouse that my friend Nan loaned me:
I took a bunch of photos…here are two:
And then I photoshopped them, so they all have this graphic effect:
dollhouse web.indd
…which, I don’t know. I can’t tell at this point if that was a mistake or not. It’ll probably be a while before I can decide one way or the other.

Because of all this indecision, I’m holding off on doing a print edition of this project and instead I’m publishing it as a webzine. You can see the complete “Going Home” right here.

Can you go home again?

2 thoughts on “Going Home

  1. Wendy, how wonderful to see the little house that was old when daughter Joanna played with it used by you with such sensitivity. I found the embedded/implied narrative of “Going Home” to be compelling and affecting. The manipulation of the images serves your purpose well, from my perspective. A fine piece of work to go with all your fine pieces of work. A privilege to know you.
    — David using Nan’s computer


  2. Wendy, Going Home is poignant and provocative. It moves me very much. The images go right through me and I am transported in time and place. Home is so personal, yet your zine embraces universal themes about that place for us all. Thank you for your vision. I can’t wait to see your next inspiration.


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