Meet the Maker!
It is either a World Book Day costume or casting with concrete, either way...pretty scary!
Here I am, frantically trying to create new work for York Open Studios whilst at the same time losing large chunks/whole days organising the York Open Studios Taster Event which will take place on Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 April. Plus there's the worry that the government may decide to close schools and colleges in which case I won't have access to a clay or kiln for as long as the closure lasts. But at least I've got the anti-Coronavirus safety clothing sorted!
I've been having a lot of fun projecting colour onto my porcelain wall work. It's amazing how the shadow and folds wave and blur as the colours roll over them. This is a work in progress and I'm looking forward to developing and extending my ideas.
The Art of the Fold - Blue 3x3 has headed off to its new home in Wolverhampton this week. One of my favourites, I loved the North Sea shades. Goodbye beautiful.x