I couldn’t capture the subtle green colour of these pieces in the photographs. They are quite gentle, simple and charismatic in person – these qualities didn’t translate either. All I want to say is that I am happy with how they turned out and really their energy.
This post is delayed from two weeks ago. I made the pieces but didn’t get a chance to photograph and post them. I am feeling quite stretched these days but have to keep up with the challenge . I am also at a point that I know I need to shake up things with these collages. Maybe when I reach a half-year mark I will do some changes in the direction. I don’t know. This post feels like my diary now and I am babbling to myself!
I am late with my posts. I did these three, last week but didn’t get a chance to post them. Here they are. I quite like the dynamic of piece #62 ( first piece here). It has a sense that’s something is falling apart but they are still holing onto each other for dear life! Not too crazy about the second one here. The last one once again looks like a breathing ocean creature. As you know, I love bubbles and polka dots!
Happy Easter everyone! I catch myself being influenced by seasons and occasions. I was gravitating towards egg forms and these bright spring colours. These pieces are also a bit more playful and bit more like the old me! I turned older last week.
Some news for fun or not. Last week I thought I had lost the books that contained all of these #collagediet works from December till now. I am talking about 150 pieces of work. I conducted a full on search in the studio and the house for three days. And they were no where to be found. I felt like I have lost a loved one. I kid you not! It was like funeral in my zone and I was about to announce my mourning on social media and organize a city-wide search party (have to insert a bit of drama here). Just as I had completely given up, I find all the books neatly packed in a black canvas bag and hung on a clothes hanger (!!!) tucked between black winter coats in the closet. I have no recollection of how on earth I hung them there. The reunion involved screams of joy, some silly dance and feeling silly. At least, now I know how much I love these little suckers!