Last evening Albert and Tina came over to talk about the exhibit at the end of the residency. So it seemed like quite a good time to take stock of what we have done. Also, to show some of the pieces more-or-less finished that have hitherto only been glimpsed being worked on. We have found so many new ways of working, and new ways of working together.
This is a Gaynor’s eye view shot of her bench. Maquettes and templates feature…
This is the newest, almost finished pieced piece..
…and this is the current state of the spiral piece..
- This piece has front and back bound together with a red thread…
This tall piece is in bent plywood, carved on the inside and limed veneer outside..
This is a print of the pattern for the maquette for the last piece, trying out some exterior texture. This piece is on paper, but it led on to….
….this tall plywood piece, carved and painted on the inside and painted outside, held together with a bookbinding stitch…
And this is the poplar veneer piece that we made first. The veneer is soaked to make it pliable, which gives it a wonderful organic shape. So we have been getting excited about veneer..
A group of three poplar pieces on what will be a wood base, the poplar holds a lot of light.
Wavy edged veneer…box-wood pegs holding a carved and gilded base..
This piece has movement and figure like a landscape.