We have discovered a lovely artist -Alice Fox -she has had a 6 month residency at Spurn Head, and one of the ways she found to express her surrounding was with rust work.
Do look her up.
Full of excitement and impatience I sallied forth and rust dyed some fabric, the secret is tea! It is so fabulous the only thing I can do is goggle in delight at its wonders. One day i will settle down and stitch it.
I also used her technique to print iron flotsam and jetsam on paperand my tutor has approved them as a record of the "journey" project, so double obeisance to the Blessed Alice.
Most peeps are amused by my giant copralite,thus to educate the masses, always my aim; I have inscribed it with archaeological data.
Adding to the Ladies of my Town sculptures I made a Mrs. Giacometti, coming home from the shops.
We have to produce a lens based project "journey". Again. I reckon the tutors all watch X factor.
I had the idea that when I arrive at college car park each morning I take a pic of the view thru the windshield with the dated car park ticket. That should be post modern enough I hope. Also if I remember.
Had a terrible morning watching a screen above my eye line, while technician showed us how many tricks he can play with photo shop. I learnt very little [sequences are NOT my forte] in the pm we looked at a video of a BBC programme on sculpture that I think I have seen before. Went home with a headache.
Wednesday was fun as we went into the dance studio and sketched the dancers during their yoga session. Very very quick sketches. Perhaps this is my forte as later I started a drawing of the model [40 mins] to great acclaim, and then proceeded to completely ruin in by over working. have to learn to STOP.