How to tie different styled works together?
How much or how little wire and/or paper to use and not cover up the forms themselves.
Where to begin?
It took a friend coming over and asking, "What are these forms about?" and "what are you trying to say with the wire?" to get my brain to mulling and pondering it all again.
Since my work is about the process as much or more than the end result, I determined minimally that these forms have something to do with rocking cradles and boats, are figurative, representative of some remains or essence. The wire is playful line, an outline of form, a skeleton and foundation, a structure for the paper. The fragile paper is the opposite of clay, translucent but not transparent.
So, guess these forms return me to old ground of trying to show both the inside and outside at the same time...inner beauty defined by the outer form.
Got busy and got a few started and possibly completed...
Ohhh, I like it! Very mysterious and interesting forms. Lovely colors to off set the wire and white paper. Looks like you're in your own collaborative world right now!ReplyDelete
thanks... hard to tell if they're done or not, but my deadline looms so that'll force my hand.ReplyDelete