Sunday, December 13, 2009

Photography still in progress

A very reluctant model...I will also be shooting outside in the woods with a taller "model" but it is really snowing out and the deadline for images for my publicity is tomorrow.
I really enjoy the photography part. I have the piece hung by string and it keeps spinning, so getting a clear shot is difficult. I suppose I should get it ready with the mount the I will use for the show and then it won't spin. I also need to sew a label inside so they know which is front and which is back, although it can pretty much go either way. I spent the entire day felting yesterday other than driving a child to a lesson, and we had dinner late. The headpiece dried overnight (did not take long because it was put through my handy centrifuge) resting on the cymbal stand for the drum set (hey, whatever works) Okay, coffee and then back to the studio to re- shoot!

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GRISCHArte said...


krex said...

Very cool and reminds me of something an Aztec or Mayan priest might wear .

Ginga Squid said...

Brilliant! Reluctant model looks great too - did you use a chocolate bribe?

Dawn Edwards/Felt So Right said...

Wow! You even do your own photography...And, it's beautiful (reluctant model and all)!

Love your new pod hat. It's perfect. What type of wool did you use?

Andrea Graham-Artist said...

Thanks, all. The wool is my Favorite wool ever. It is Finn Landrace in the grease from Rod Welch and Karoliina Arvilommi from Finland. Their wool is available at New England Felting supply, although I think they are sold out right now.

Lindsey said...

Very cool, hobit like, or whoville like in the spirit of the season! But way cooler then both.

Pam de Groot said...

A wow piece indeed. I love the tribal-like fluff on the top! He makes a fine model.

Tracy said...


Get ye to the forest...with camera and tripod! I can see this playing out - so dreamy Andrea.

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