Thursday, August 18, 2005

Holy cow - where have I been?

The time has sort of slipped away. I didn't realize I had been neglecting my blog so badly. It's not that I haven't been doing anything art-wise because I have a few things to post.

The first piece is a ceramic mask that I covered with fabric to donate to the Johns Hopkins Shriver Hall Concert Series Face the Music benefit. The masks will be auctioned off next Spring to raise money for their new endowment for education. I used fabric, yarn, and beads and stitched them to a batting. I used gloss medium to adhere the fabric face to the mask and it worked quite well.


It's titled "Fiber Girl". Hope somebody pays lots of money for it.


The other piece I worked on is another in the circle series. There are so many variations on circles and it's so interesting to explore them all. This piece is entitled "Inner Circle". The size is 28" L x 38" W. All the fabrics are hand dyed, then covered with more circle type images printed with thermofax screens that I've made.

Inner Circle

And here is a detail shot.

Detail of Inner Circle


We're getting ready to go on vacation in a few weeks and I'm going to try out an SLR digital camera, the Canon EOS 10D. I need to read the manual before we go and get familiar with all the settings. I use an SLR for doing my slides so I'm already familiar with some of the stuff, but this camera is way more complicated.

3 comments:

Deb R said...

Cool mask. And I love the quilt, especially the contrast of the stripe-y lines among the circles.

Gerrie said...

Oh, it is so greeat to see your work again. I love the mask and I love circles in quilts - really cool!!

Rayna said...

Reminds me that I should go and visit Anna-thesia. I love it when your whimsical side shows through, Cathy!