It is always exciting to peek into the studio of an artist to see what is happening…
Grass from Bimblebox becomes something new
Sewing the ‘earth’ back together again using recycled wool blankets eco-dyed at Bimblebox Nature Refuge.
The above artwork is being developed for the Document://Bimlblebox exhibition to be held in Launceston, April 2013.
Working with wire and silk – silk dyed at Bimblebox Nature Refuge.
Re-dye using materials collected at Bimblebox Nature Refuge
Earth tones on paper created using materials collected at Bimblebox Nature Refuge.
Newly dyed silk thread ready for integrating into sculptural artwork.
Thinking, looking, thinking and placing papers, fabrics, objects together to see what they ‘say’.
I hope you enjoyed ‘peeking’ into my art studio!
have been wondering alot about your work and what you’re up to so thanks for letting us see a little…it s enticing us to see more. Jude
Love your work Jill!!
If you could see the smile on my face you would know how delighted I am with that little peek.
Love seeing the process and the results in progress.
A beautiful peek indeed! Those earthen marks on paper there…looks like a roo’s footprint in the mud
Jill! Today I showed Nalda your post. She loved it and looks forward to meeting you at the Yarns Conference. Her recent project is http://petalsandfingers140.blogspot.com.au