Sunday, 26 February 2012

ON GOING ENAMEL

You didn't think I would leave the metal blank did you,it's not that I can't leave well alone, but when I plan and draw something I do like to see it develop and appear in the flesh.


Minimal is not in my nature, but I would love to have that light, spare touch.This piece is not finished, I have just a few more transfers to attach and then sand blast some shapes into the enamelled surface.

3 comments:

Printed Material said...

I said you'd never be able to leave it blank but you are wrong - you do have a light touch, plus, you know exactly what you want to do and you do it. People would kill to have that kind of objectivity and focus... or perhaps that's just me? These books are becoming real signature pieces. I love them.

Wendy Rhodes said...

mmm... I know that desire for the light touch only too well. Yet still I end up looking at finished work and seeing too much information!
However, these books are exquisite, and seeing the progress is fascinating... can't wait to see the next one!

Caroline said...

I thought the blank book was so beautiful but you have made it even more outstanding with the perfect placement of the images.