Lots more to come.
Disperse dyes I painted onto paper have been transformed into glowing brilliance by transference onto fabric.
The satisfying sight of a drawer full of bluebells, replenishing the stock I used up this Spring.
The collage I have been working on during Open Studios Cornwall is now finished and on the wall for all to see. More details about it http://amandarichardsonartist.com/content/tunnel-green-light but best if you can see it in person.
Work in progress which has proved the perfect way to explain my collage technique to visitors.
Generally, during Open Studios, I work on flowers and leaves; relatively simple things that demonstrate my art while leaving part of my brain free to talk with visitors. This year I have decided to work on a complex new piece for which these velvets have been dyed. A tunnel of green light created by trees overhanging a Cornish Lane. Time will tell if my brain can juggle all of this.
With Cornwall Open Studios 2019 opening on Saturday 25th, I have begun the BIG SORT. The aim is to tidy the studio at least enough for people to see what I do and how. The 'piles of gorgeous stuff' for work in progress is what many people come to see.
You can follow the event at https://www.openstudioscornwall.co.uk/
The blossom is coming out on the wild apple tree.
The bones of the apple tree are growing above this Cornish Lane.
Apple blossom on lichened branches for my new collage of a wild apple tree growing beside a Cornish lane.