Monday, 2 March 2015

mosaic Monday

mosaic Monday

1. Thirty Days in Athens- Day 7- Cat of the seventh floor-, 2. Landscape after Hockney, by Raul - IMG_3226 (1), 3. Untitled, 4. Untitled, 5. 7354, 6. Ballad 10, 7. nue 3824, 8. gelatin print 2014-02-27, 9. Untitled, 10. sketchbook, 11. 1DSC_0079, 12. Taking pictures for my exhibition invitation - opening March 31st., 13. The spill of bird-song one Spring-lit morning, 14. ALEINE, 15. 05p58, 16. snow (a thank you for my dear friend, chris; i've been trying to do this for about three years!), 17. Untitled, 18. Jim Harris, 19. M...., 20. Hitotsumugi (2015) Oil on Fabriano paper, pastel, charcoal, coloured pencil 140x120mm, 21. breakfast, 27/1, 2015, 22. expo146-w, 23. water, 24. between lines (detail), 25. Abandoned Sinter Plant

Created with fd's Flickr Toys

A Happy March to you! Sunny but rather chilly here. So glad to see the start of a hopeful month (not a big fan of February), so time to start anew...... I hope the above mosaic gives some inspiration as we begin a new month and week. Many thanks always to the artists and photographers featured. Please click on links and discover more.

This morning I made a start on new embroidery - revving my sewing machine after some weeks of not stitching. Always a little apprehensive, how will the stitching go, who will turn up on the fabric? My stitched portraits are all improvised, as you may know. So, my hope is to have a small spring collection ready for my next shop update. I hope to share more with you.

Meanwhile, I am continuing to edit my new zine - the title is still not 100% printed in ink - so what can I tell you about it so far? It features poems + artwork. It follows on from previous zines in that the format is hand-size. It will be a limited edition. I'm exploring connections between visual art and writing.

I'm also working on smaller landscapes and portraits. So yes I am busy. And meanwhile by the kitchen door we have deep purple irises just flowering. I thought I had planted crocuses but I much prefer irises(though crocuses are lovely)....

Have a good start to your week.

1 comment:

Stefanie Seltner said...

Hi Cathy,
thank you, always nice to explore the artists in your mosaic!
x Stefanie