A couple of years ago I took a workshop at the Crow Barn with Terry Jarrard-Dimond. She asked us to bring an inspiration and I brought a huge book of photos of Andy Goldworthy's work. I can't imagine anyone more inspirational than him. The photo I used is in the book, "Andy Goldsworthy, a Collaboration with Nature".
Photo by Andy Goldsworthy
I made this quickly cutting and fusing. The women in the class were surprised I turned out four pieces in one day. Fusing made that possible.
So where do I go from there?
A very interesting idea! I want to ask you something, what are those small sticks glued? they are from yarn or textile?ReplyDelete
I just found the book and have the actual photo I used as an inspiration. It was fabric with iron on bonding mesh like vliesofix (Wonder Under) then I cut them very thin with a rotary cutter laid them out and ironed them down - quick and easy!!Delete
If you click on the photo two times it will magnify and you can clearly see the thin fabric strips.Delete
Wow Beth - I really like what you did with this technique. Love the colours and the way you played with the design elements. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
I really like this!! Cool Beans as my sister always said!! Love the colors you picked too. Thanks for sharing. Pam GonzalezReplyDelete