Heritage


HeritageCreated 2007
Traditional
12 ” x 12″
This is one of the first layouts I made, I used distressed copies of family documents, copies of photos, real old South-African postage stamps, copies of newspaper articles, etc.
Red Seal made with hot glue.

Photo from layout
My great Paternal Grandfather and he’s son.
Circa 1911
South-Africa

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6 comments

  1. That really worked well. I found myself staring at all aspects of it with fascination. It is like turning out an old hidden drawer and looking at the contents.

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    • Thank you very much.

      It is exactly what I tried to capture.

      In 2004 when we visited South-Africa my father gave me a shoe-box filled with wonderful treasures and until then I hadn’t even realized he had. I literally flew with the box on my lap.
      When I got to Canada I immediately started sorting and put everything in albums, but I should have spread everything on a table and taken photographs.

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    • We have come a long way in a century.
      That is so true and to think there are people who have lived that long.
      I often wonder what our ancestors would think of today, especially cameras and photos.

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