Enigma 665: Occupational hazard - From New Scientist #1820, 9th May 1992 [link] Alan, Brian and Charles have surnames Adams, Brown and Collins (not necessarily respectively) and occupations...
Thursday, June 07, 2007
Some art at last!
Wire and wooden beads plus the wooden table below.
Inspired by Elizabeth Berrien's Wire Sculpture Tutorial I got doodling with some wire - however I really wanted to add in springy bits and other objects so I did.
Ever since Jim and I went around the Sculpture exhibition at Trull House at the beginning of May I've been getting more and interested in doing some sculpture again. I did an OCA Sculpture course long ago and discovered then that I was most drawn to assembling things rather than carving, wet clay or moulding. I made enough at the time to also realise that sculptures are not as easy to store as pictures are - even when you are just at the maquette level - so working in a medium where you can take photos and then reuse the parts also suits me well!
I'm going to "doodle" in wire (plus other bits) for a while because its lots of fun.
Any idea what this one might be (or become)?