In the Studio – Jill Sampson

It is always exciting to peek into the studio of an artist to see what is happening…

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Grass from Bimblebox becomes something new

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Sewing the ‘earth’ back together again using recycled wool blankets eco-dyed at Bimblebox Nature Refuge.

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The above artwork is being developed for the Document://Bimlblebox exhibition to be held in Launceston, April 2013.

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Working with wire and silk – silk dyed at Bimblebox Nature Refuge.

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Re-dye using materials collected at Bimblebox Nature Refuge

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Earth tones on paper created using materials collected at Bimblebox Nature Refuge.

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Newly dyed silk thread ready for integrating into sculptural artwork.

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Thinking, looking, thinking and placing papers, fabrics, objects together to see what they ‘say’.

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I hope you enjoyed ‘peeking’ into my art studio!

Jill

6 responses to “In the Studio – Jill Sampson

  1. A beautiful peek indeed! Those earthen marks on paper there…looks like a roo’s footprint in the mud

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