Work in progress

work in progress

I think the work with stripes might be going somewhere. This is the fourth experimental piece, sized approximately 12 x 7in, shown laid out after getting the sequencing right. I started this one from the centre with the strips that have eventually ended up on the outer edges. As the pattern progresses sometimes the colours just don’t work and so blocks get shuffled around. Or replaced completely, as can be seen with the strips over on the left. Next step is to start glueing it all down onto a board.


Recent posts from my Studio Journal

the seasons series

Spring—summer—autumn—winter

Or, actually winter—spring—summer—autumn. This four panel series, each one based on colours of the season, go rather well together. However, aesthetically they work better starting with winter… ⁠ 4 panels, each 8x8in, acrylic on paper on board 2021⁠.⁠

the seasons series

Just varnished

Once the sequence was sorted the pieces went together quickly. Without any joins the only fiddly bit was cutting the final strip to fit in the last gap on each.