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Sunday, July 29, 2012

Featured on The Altered Page

Solar, 7/23/2012, acrylic wash and rice paper on canvas, 8 x 8 inches

This is a small painting that will be on its way to the gallery, my Fred and I will be in a group exhibition in August at Szozda Gallery, I'll post links as soon as I have photos!


  Visit The Altered Page to see the collection of Still Life images

I'm always collecting things, making little arrangements and putting them around the house to enjoy or setting them up and taking them down after photographing them...this is one that I submitted to Seth's The Altered Page some time ago...



Evening Song, 1/11/2006, pencil drawing on paper, from a sketchbook
I picked them because I love how their natural scrolling loops and curves echo many of my drawings...

Rite of Spring, 5/26/2006, pencil drawing on paper, from a sketchbook
Here are a few more photos I took that day, specific to Seth's project...





I still have the little coils cluttered together in a box...now dried out and too fragile...I have a few other collections of this and that, odds n' ends...wonderful stuff found and pieced together...




4 comments:

Micros said...

Yes. . .

Very good work here at play. Lyrical prose interplayed with damn good sense and intelligence. Dare I say something that is amiss in our humanity.

I am enlivened by your philosophy and inspired by your work.

Be well

Micros

Micros said...

Yes. . .

Very good work here at play. Lyrical prose interplayed with damn good sense and intelligence. Dare I say something that is amiss in our humanity.

I am enlivened by your philosophy and inspired by your work.

Be well

Micros

Ruth Armitage said...

Hi Laura,
I'm visiting from Seth's blog... love what you did with the grapevines. It is fun to see the other photos you took and how they echo the lines in your paintings.

Seth said...

Congratulations on being in the group exhibition Laura. Thanks for sharing the other still life pictures...and for being a part of The Pulse!