Sunday, August 16, 2009

Inspiration

I've always been fascinated with the disintegration of things...be it an old broken down tractor rusting in its field graveyard , a weathered piece of wood textured with layers of paint colors or a ramshackle structure whose story is forever lost but can almost to be heard if one imagines and listens hard enough. I think the mold on this pepper is gorgeous. I want to carve it as a stamp and also paint it as an abstraction. Dust to dust, ashes to ashes - to be reborn, renewed or evolved.

8 comments:

Canace said...

I'm with you Denise. There is such beauty in decomp... colors/textures.. .fascinating. :o)

Jan said...

My first glimpse of this photo, I thought it was a thing you painted or constructed from fabric.

moreidlethoughts said...

mmm, yes, I can see this a a collagraph... may I?

Sue Reno said...

My first glimpse of the photo, I thought it was a ceramic art object. Cool image :-)

Denise Aumick said...

A collagraph? Absolutely...and if you send me the a photo of your work when completed I'll post it on here!

jbaskarts said...

Wow, what cool decomp. Will we see something similar in one of your quilts?
xo

moreidlethoughts said...

Thankyou, Denise. It may have to sit on the proverbial back burner for a while - I have committed to a rather large edition of something! But I'll certainly let you see what evolves.

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