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Sunday, November 11, 2007


Another thing the 'net is useful for is reminding you of things, of the way you worked or thought a while ago. This article was published in the 'Muse', an online 'zine, so long ago I'd forgotten I wrote it! It still has relevant truths, though, and pictures of my work at that time. My work has changed quite a bit, really, over the years (okay, it was written in 2002, five years ago...). I'm intruigued. I wonder where it's going to go over the next five years. Not that it matters, really. Just curious...

Meanwhile, Curving is a small piece made from Evolon, dyed many times, then stitched. I'm very fond of it; in some ways it epitomises the way that my art work has lightened and brightened in those five years. I think that's a good thing.


Into the Blystic said...

I love that piece! namaste Elis.

mrsnesbitt said...

Well Hello!

Norfolk eh?
My Grandad (mum's dad) was from Thetford, Norfolk, family name "Self"
small world eh!
AND you understand "Faffing" love it!