Art works finished and mounted today 🙂
This is my second finished gesso relief, you may remember it from a recent blog although it looked a little different then. I’m looking to experiment a lot more with this technique, but I’m very pleased with how this piece has turned out, now just to varnish it 🙂
While I was being part of the art trail with Sarah and in between visitors, I carried on doing some work on my stones project. It was really nice to relax and enjoy the feel of the clay. I finished off the earlier forms I had done by smoothing them and making holes I wanted. Now they are ready for first firing. I think they look beautiful just like that! These are similar shapes I’ve started, cut in half and scooped out. The scooping out was yummy as the clay was really soft. I am really looking forward to continuing with these! 🙂
We went to NUA yesterday mainly to see the Textiles degree show, to see the work of two of my work experience students. We weren’t disappointed!
This is the work of Clare Geldard and
Amy Jessica French. Here is some other work that I liked. Go to the NUA Textiles website to see these and lots of other yummy stuff! 🙂
I’ve been having great fun with my gelli plate prints.
Greeting cards, art papers,small stab bound note books and Gift tags.All ready to come with me to the Castle Acre Art and Craft fair on Sunday 🙂