Monday, December 10, 2018
|'Women,' 2018, Digital Print|
Women! God wants you, but the Devil NEEDS you! what power you have!
Amazing the stuff you come up with when you can't sleep! Digital collage. Image is from a times magazine cover I saved, probably of a very important painting. Was hoping to make this into a photo etching but black and white just doesn't work for this. Perhaps a screen print? but alas I do not know enough about the subject. will have to stick to the lazy digital print, which means it will forever be stuck as a jpeg on my computer! *le sigh*
Monday, December 3, 2018
Cleaning up my studio yesterday I became distracted when I pulled this old piece out of a box. Its lived all its life in a cardboard box, (not unusual when it comes to my odd sculptures), so felt it was in need of a bit of loving. I had forgotten how much I enjoyed this piece, it is now hanging in my studio.
I polished up the outer wood with beeswax and sealed the wood on the inside. The photo has had more gold leaf added as well as butterfly wings and has been raised back from the wood, instead of being pressed against the opening.
To read about the piece in previous post please go **here**
Sunday, November 25, 2018
(pit-fired ceramic, wood, eggs and snail shells)
Saturday, November 17, 2018
Awhile ago I attempted to fire two sculptures which of course, shattered. I'm not one to turn away from something I spent a lot of time on and so I did what I could with what little I had.
I gathered the broken pieces of each Sculpture and stuck what I could back together, like a bad jig-saw puzzle, I could only get so far. Faces broken and fragmented, patched up with nature, wood and bone.
'Untitled,' 2018, pit-fired ceramic, drift wood, wood, jaw bone (probably sheep)
Wednesday, October 31, 2018
One of the few pieces that survived the last pit firing.
A mixed-media piece, pit-fired ceramic on ink dyed board, with sticks and snail shells.
Some nice close up shots below.
Appologies for the poor photos and glare.
Monday, September 10, 2018
Saturday, September 8, 2018
A Sea Urchin, (Echinocardium Cordatum), or sea potato, wire, gold leaf and polymer clay.
Was using an old sea shell as a painting palette.
Added an old blackout poem for substance.