I set out across the field thinking that a field after maize is a bleak sight, devoid of creative opportunities. …
….and then I started noticing details in the hedgerow
Pussy willow, so magical in the sunshine. This photo was taken with my phone, isn’t it remarkable how technology has moved on in such a short time.
Looking up against the sky, lifted my spirits
My mind translated this picture into stitch: running stitch, fly stitch, couching and French Knots.
With stitching in mind the patterns of trees against the sky and the maize stubble became more intriguing
the mark-making danced in front of me turning into pattern and line
This mix of random shapes, which hold a sort of rhythm is what I am aiming for in my pieces of textile art – I haven’t quite got there yet but now I’m inspired by these images to have another go.
Joining in with is great theme: https://thesandychronicles.blog/2020/03/06/friendly-friday-challenge-art-unexpected/
I’m sure you too have found inspiration in unexpected places……
doodle and relax
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I have been wondering if our different mediums represented at Stonechat could be combined in some way: stone, wood, metal textiles, hard and soft, malleable and fixed. In this post from Quinn Creative (always such interesting meaty posts) a sculptor who combines paper and metal
Andrew Hayes has two great loves–pulp books (or at least their pages) and smooth, cool metal. He chose to combine them into sculptures that contrast hard and soft, permanent and easily destroyed.
The ease and almost weightless grace make these very pleasing to look at. I’ve love to touch them.
The sculptures are sensual and curved and quite beautiful. It combines altering books with metal sculpture.
Stencils and spray paint are the medium of the artist Above, who creates street art. Above works with shadows and electrical lines and integrates artwork into the surroundings.
The image above shows a long line of people, defeated and waiting. It’s outside an unemployment office in Spain, a country that has a high rate of unemployment.
Here, Above painted white paint over a wall defaced with graffiti, then added the figures to make it an unhappy school day.
The artist Mossi is interested…
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