Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Work in Progress.

Looked back on some of my previous work I have posted and realized I have never put up a work in progress with my tape.
At my last show I had some inquiries about my larger pieces contained by the antique typographer drawers. They are beautiful focal pieces of a room, especially over a mantle (with that extreme light source, to die for!) While I love doing my tape in all shapes and sizes, the larger more expensive price points I have the most fun with.

I still have some work to do, with some smaller rolls to create the illusion of denser areas. Also to really give a strong feeling of motion and weight.

 I was laughing to myself as I was doing this project today with the intentions of documenting it, because of my difficulty focusing on ANYTHING ELSE once I begin a project. 

As I laid the first five rolls down I had to make a conscious effort to keep stopping and taking a picture of my progression. There is something about these forms, these shadows and the attention to space and distribution that is so attractive to me I just get lost in the piece.

Probably another few hours left in her until completion.
Off to Providence for date night :)

Love and Light,
Sarah Anne.

Publication Inquiry.

How exciting!!
After my SOWA show last weekend, the Cloth Paper Scissors magazine contacted me about some publicity.
They loved with they saw, and they would love to do an article about me and my artwork in their "On the Radar" Section for their September/October Issue.

This is their May/June issue.
Cloth Paper Scissors is sold in all major craft stores such as Michaels, JoAnne fabrics and AC Moore as well as online.

SO EXCITED! I'll keep you posted on where this goes.

Love and Light,
Sarah Anne.