Russellscape is an “endless landscape” or myriorama—a series of panels that, when placed edge to edge, form a continuous image, like the view from a moving train.
For inspiration and details on how to submit your own Russellscape, you can download the Russellscape instructions here.
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|1. Jean Lukens
“The Beekeeper’s Apprentice”. Pen and ink and colored pencil
|2. Bret Herholz
“Two Shabby Figures” (based on The Beekeeper’s Apprentice). Pen and ink and photoshop
|3. Heather Neill
“The Beecharmer” (based on an original oil painting by the artist)
|4. Sara McClelland
“Away” based on O Jerusalem (Church of the Holy Sepulchre), The Game (a palace in India), and Locked Rooms (The St Francis Hotel, San Francisco.)
Pencil, colored pencil, crayon
|5. Sara McClelland
“Home” (based on The Beekeeper’s Apprentice). Pencil, colored pencil, crayon
|6. Canzonett Canzone
“Russell mapping the world” (O Jerusalem, chapter 2). Crayon, ink, pencil
|7. Charlotte Cooper“Coming into Jerusalem” (O Jerusalem); watercolor pencil and ink.|
|10. Rori Shapiro
Based on The Beekeeper’s Apprentice; guache
| 11. Wanda Kalgren (Bachi)
Mary Russell, expert knife thrower (based on The Beekeeper’s Apprentice and O Jerusalem); Photoshop, markers and Slick Stix.
| 12. Bill Edwards
Based on The Beekeeper’s Apprentice, Ch. 6; Corel Painter Essentials 4.
| 14. Molly Armstrong
Based on The Beekeeper’s Apprentice, Chapter 6; pencil and digital media.
|15. Kerry Kilburn Based on The Beekeeper’s Apprentice; ink, crayon, colored pencil.||16. Kerry Kilburn Based on Locked Rooms; ink, crayon, colored pencil.|
|18. Sara McClellandLanguage of Bees? Based on images provided on website for The Language of Bees; colored pencil.|