Tuesday, June 14, 2011

New Work In Progress

I have sufficiently cleared the decks to be able to think about some new sculptural pieces. I often begin with some detailed sketches before I begin this type of work - it helps to work out any problems of construction and to solidify ideas that might be a bit vague. They often end up being a bit different to the original idea because they might develop more as I progress, or sometimes I change my mind about how to proceed. Nevertheless, I find the initial thinking and sketching invaluable in sorting out scattered thoughts and ideas.
Here are a few pages from my sketchbook:



By the way, if you are passing through Deloraine before the end of the month, I have a small solo exhibition there in the Bendigo Community Bank - both 2D and 3D works.

6 comments:

Cody Goodin said...

Love seeing your thinking process. Good luck on the solo show. Hope it is a big success. Looking forward to seeing what you create next.

creativedawn said...

Wow! I wish a wonderful one-woman showing! Love seeing your process.

hugz

JDConwell said...

I like the pensive look on the right page face...

Healing Woman said...

Yours are far more detailed than mine-little works of art in themselves.

maddyrose said...

I sometimes use the same process for the same reasons and also find that my pieces have a way of inputting elements that were not in my sketches. Congrats on the solo exhibition.

Wilma said...

The sketches are works of art themselves - thanks for sharing the way you process a cretive art work.

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