|...and here he still is, out and about, thinner but wagging his tail and sniffing for all he's worth; remarkable|
meanwhile indoors the work continues: two pieces done; the lower piece was actually finished, but then I changed my mind and added the printed strip; that brings the total of finished pieces to 13! ready for my small exhibition in January, 17 more still 'on the go'
and whilst I was taking pics and deliberating on how to display them here, I also realised how they should be displayed in the exhibition: the two-sided pieces should all be hanging from a (washing)line drawn diagonally across the space, so they can be viewed from both sides, hanging like flags or washing and the grid theme will become more obvious; phew that's a relief; the walls will be for the pieces that really do have a front to be seen and a back to be hidden; as the exhibition space is in a former bank, there is also a vault: a small room within which I want to place the small 'house pieces' either on the floor or hanging along the walls attached to a string with 'hazemannetje' as the centrepiece somewhere in there.....
coming to the end with that scene and returning to the top. going down, anticipating the Old Girl...then
back. if there were anything, i'd
like to be there at the Opening.
love going into a Vault...what a
just so much love coming here...but
you know that. but i'll say it again. just so much love coming here. and a kiss for Tungsten.
the vault is a small room with a very heavy door, almost cave like, which is why I feel the 'house pieces' will sit well there
and that 5th photograph...WHAT am
i seeing???? right in the center
a perfect Circle just like in
these pieces you are making.
working slowly but surely towards the 'event'.....
you worked hard
ik ben even wat internet gestoord geweest
....what a gift back to you
for all your circles...to have
it repeated back ....
i love this. SMILE
hi Susan, the tree-of-life theme has been popping up for a while now, first in the paintings and now via the lino-print it has found a way to become integrated into the fabrics as well; I'm glad you like it as I enjoy all these experiments and that is a reward in itself, but if the results appeal to others as well, so much the better; thanks for thinking 'bout Tungsten;
Grace: well you saw the circle before I did!
the piece does echo the photo, I hadn't noticed that until you mentioned it, just goes to show how good it is to expose oneself to another's point of view;-)
I have considered making frames with glass on back and front, but that is costly and it also means you can't touch them, which is such a nice part of fabric pieces