Tag Archives: nests

one for the birds

i was quietly sitting in the garden one sunny afternoon and very soon spied the covert movements of a wood pigeon making a nest. this particular garden bird rustled in the top of the spindly bamboo with a furious flapping of wings, with a slightly ungainly, shuffling side-step manoeuvre along a very slim-looking branch, finally hopping [...]

hands that do dishes

another papier mache vessel, 2011

a small object of survival..

upturned, after the storm…

washed up, weathered and worn…

art or craft, handled with care…

one lonely relic, rescued from the past…

view more papier mache wabi sabi bowls here..

on taking a walk around the square

it has been twenty years since my first artworks using squares. it is quite a scary thought that i haven’t (except in drawing) ever deviated from this pictorial format – as mentioned many times the concept of akind of objectification and visual containment ensues. however, i have been quietly contemplating the square’s more rounded friend for [...]