Sunday, February 21, 2010

Last One..."Precarious"

I had a student in my studio yesterday so this had to wait to be felted today. It was taken on my orange studio wall and it is still drying, so a proper image will be taken later!

I'm pretty pleased. I love working with the C-1/pelsull, although it is a bit hard on the hands when hand rubbing for long periods. I am bitter-sweet about having the work done for my show (to be delivered next Saturday). Am I happy? what would I have done differently? All steps in my arts career and part of the learning process. I still have a couple of hanging devices to complete, pieces to pack and label, but the "art" part is done. Excited about what will come next....
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10 comments:

krex said...

Love the recent works...very inspired by your colors, clean lines and textures .

Lynn Sponagle said...

Verrry nice Andrea. The more I looked, the more I saw in the simplicity of the forms and negative space at the bottom with the tails. You give your work a voice of it's own. Well done. Do you think it's time for your own book?

findevogel said...

Very beautiful, i love this warm colours and living shapes

Best, findevogel

filz-t-raum.ch said...

hello andrea,

i love your feltwork!!!
the colors are beautiful together.

bye,
filz-t-raum.ch

i want much more to say, but my english is not good!

Tracy said...

I look forward to seeing each piece, up close....beautiful. Now it's time to share...move past sewing and over into reaping. Sigh.

Emily Wohlscheid said...

I really admire your work and I absolutely adore this most recent piece. I'm sure your exhibition will be a great success.

natsuco said...

Wow…!
Your felt work is just amazing!

Pam de Groot said...

I have so enjoyed watching the process of your preparation for this exhibit. I love that you sometimes doubt yourself and are sometime taken aback by the success of your work. This is what being an artist is about. You should be proud of your efforts as I'm sure they will stun the audience. I only wish I could see them in the flesh.

Hooked On Felt said...

Andrea, I've got to admit I've neglected your blog for a bit, but how happy I was to see "the next new thing" you've created. It is beautiful and I love the title. The orbs look like stepping stones on a path...and life's path is "Precarious" ..and for those of us who get to peek in on your art, it is also joyful.
Wish I could be there is person to see it all.
Suzanne

Andrea Graham- Feltmaker said...

Such sweeties, you all are <3!

time to relax

time to relax
Liberatio Captivus