between clearing my studio rubbish ( well actually Malachy is doing that, thank you ♥) and actually painting, I have been thinking about how I am going to display all this new work. Many of the new Ceide Fields Stones series paintings are very textured and would benefit from NOT being distanced behind glass. So I think I am goung to mount them on panels. There are 15 that Ibwant to do this way, so I might need a mortgage!
The small 6 x 8″ maplike pieces are on paper and have rather irregular edges,mm so I think they will have to be behind glass, but I am hoping to work out a simple design that doesnt overwhelm them
Here are 4 of the ones that I definitely think should be on panels
I do love these Liz, especially the last one with the two yellow circles, very ethereal yet of the earth! I don’t have your email but was wondering if you’d be interested in joining in a ‘Blog Hop’ – a worldwide blogging event in which invited artists post answers to 4 questions about their work and processes? If you are, please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Yours would need to be posted on 12th December, and I’ll understand if you’re not able at this time of year. 🙂
yes, sounds very interesting, thanks, my email is email@example.com
I love stones and pictures of stones it reminds me of my ancient ties. love your work.
thanks Joy, I agree, stones seem to create a link between us and our ancestors.
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I love the ancientness of stones I collected rocks when I was a kid love your work powerful! Joy
thanks so much Joy, I think collecting pebbles on the beach or wherever seems to have a universally relaxing appeal. These stones paintings, and loads more, are part of a series that have grown out of my recent visit to Ceide Fields in North Mayo ,Ireland, where about 50 miles of 5 thousand year old field boundary walls have been discovered beneath the peat bog