Working in a pool of murky light late at night
It even looks meditative from here! They are stunning, and I have been cutting letters...very gentle and quiet I find as well.
Hi Fiona, it is a meditative task isn't it, especially when there is no deadline looming and you are free to experiment and explore.
Thank you for your Lovely Words. They mean a lot to me.And what a fantastic house you have! You are living in heaven!Have a great day.Love from Susanne
Hi Susanne, lovely to see you here. Thank you for your nice comments :) I do enjoy visiting your blog, so thank you for having a peak at mine too. As you can see, I'm not as consistent as you with posts or content, but I find it is a nice way to be creative and share and find images and ideas.
Wow Rob....that is amazing....how do you do it, with a scissors or Stanley knife?....or something else. It looks painstaking, but beautiful. Cheers, Ellen
Hi Ellen, have been experimenting with different kinds of scalpels. Early days yet, there is plethora of interesting artists working with this kind of stuff when you scratch the surface. Another avenue of paper arts for me :) Been a long time since I played around with a paintbrush.
These look fabulous Rob! Can't wait to see where they're headed. Hopefully see you at SLQ.
Hi Amanda, quite excited about incorporating some of this stuff into book art. Ideas are bubbling away. Look forward to seeing you tomorrow.
Your paper-cutting looks fantastic Robyn and I think enjoying solitude is required to achieve beautiful things like these.Great to hear you'll be at SLQ tomorrow too. Look forward to seeing you.
Hey Helen, high praise from the Queen of precision :} Look forward to seeing you as well.
How beautiful these are - so precise and graphic - and just the hint of the possibility of wonderful shadows....
Thankyou CS, shadows can be so important in making something interesting, can't they? I suppose in the case of cut paper, they help soften the sharpness of it all.