Saturday, February 22, 2014

In The Studio

Here is a shot of the big working wall in the studio, I need more wall space so time to roll these away. And below are a couple of composites or collages of some of the work.

studio wall with drawings, each 72 in x 40 in,  2014


fairly straight squared, 2014

fairly straight, squared with fringe, 2014





16 comments:

  1. What a wonderfully enviable working space!
    The two fairly straight pieces remind me so strongly of weaving, disconcerting yet so satisfying ...

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    1. I am so lucky with this studio Charlton, a magical place and all mine! J.'s is across the hall.

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  2. Agreed, your working space is to die for! I love the second piece, looks like it could be a quilt. Just awesome!

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  3. I haven't the words to convey just how much these pieces speak to me. Exquisite.

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    1. Thanks Jennifer, that's a great thing to say…or not say!

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  4. All of these are just fabulous, Liz.

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  5. Wonderful...the scale makes such an impact...total involvement of mind, body, hand, eyes.

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    1. Thanks Rebecca, I think that's why I am so enjoying doing these, and the paper is the right size for my body, my reach.

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  6. Wonderful space...I'm quite green. Your work is quirky, yet refined...and interesting mix.

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    1. Thanks Jo, there are days we can't believe our studios, 15 + years now and the best thing we ever did for ourselves.

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  7. Liz, I absolutely love these. Yes, they remind me of weaving, but to my eyes, it's music and the shapes are dancing across the picture plane. An exquisite energy.
    Your studio is fantastic! Like you, I still pinch myself each time I walk into my barn and can't quite get used to having a much more expansive work-space, after so many years of working in a tiny one. Daunting at first, but then it becomes an inspiration, in itself! Lovely to see how yours inspires you.

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    1. Thanks so much Allison, I am having such a fine time in the studio, there is a lot to be said for winter. It's interesting working in a new space, i was worried that it would take ages before it felt like mine but it was love at first sight. Some days I see it a new again and it is daunting, mostly tho it feels like home.

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