its like an online art journal with lots of pictures
I DIG making grand landscapes.
"It is ‘the beautiful sorrow of things’, sunt lacrimae rerum; there are tears in everything, [he] said, not mournfully nor hopelessly but as a paradoxical statement about the beauty of the world”
Diptych 20x36" overall. Oil paint, mica pigment on gold metal leaf on gesso board
Should have left well enough alone
A particularly arty month
Selected as a finalist in the Lethbridge $10,000 small scale art prize
Art. First look at the Spoolettes Tiger T
The kind of idea where the idea is enough to make a new thing within a set of same-things. Except I didnt get much past my idea
A lot of work on that one landscape & no sewing
My current preoccupation, big-ish diptych mirrored landscape. Phase one of a numerously phased artwork on canvas that gives me joy & satisfaction feelings. When I'm not weeping because I ruined it or cursing because its just dumb & its never going to work
In December 2017 I finished a commission that began as a concept around 5 months ago.
Well this is joyous, my second digital fabric print!
I'm currently engaged in commissioned work for a luxury hotel - at 28 pieces its the biggest commission I've ever know - and I'm not at liberty to share any images of it. However, as you may surmise, there is a lull in artwork proceedings at the moment, hence photoshop bonanza of step by steps pics following the making of Puppy's new couch step! Time wasting!
I've gilded a lot of surfaces over the decades and lace is one of them, but I've never made a garment with it before.
Much work that I cant share. The commission I'm undertaking is by far the biggest I've ever done, with the most restrictive contract I've ever signed. So I cant share progress pics but let me assure you, I'm artworking long and many days
Sometimes a sculpture is just a sculpture.
Various samplings for commissions/proposals; photoshop sketches; fabric print design sketches and...
And I thought I'd been quiet this month
DREAM REALISED: I've been wanting to try some of my artwork images through digital fabric printing technologies for a long time and now I have and its thrilling!
End of year wrap up...well everyone else is doing it, so heres some of MY favorite 2015 pics:
I've never been entirely comfortable describing myself as an artist, such a subjective, arbitrary term.
I work, and this is my profession; I make artwork, I'm an artworker.
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