Saturday, May 22, 2010

Paverpol Workshop

I spent a relaxing Saturday at a Paverpol workshop recently and Rachel is the result. A wispy woman with room for three rib cages, two stomachs and a womb or two.
I truly have no idea how I did not notice her long torso until I got home! None-the-less I am happy with her final form and my very first effort at this form of fabric sculpture.
Gallery 500 provided a warm and relaxing atmosphere for this class, and a totally blissful day out.
Charles does wonder why I am not taking pictures of him.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow Julie - she looks amazing - what a terrific piece of art you've created

Anonymous said...

opps the above was from me - it won't let me login as myself at the minute - very impressed with the sculpture! Ann G.

Melissa said...

She is beautiful - ethereal yet down to earth...

Jeanie said...

Wow -- she reminds me of an ethereal earth mother -- tending to the earth. She's beautiful -- it sounds like a wonderful workshop.

Xanapan said...

Hi Julie
Just saying hello & admiring all your creativity in recent posts - sculpture, jewellery & knitting!! Love the way you have combined the charms etc into the fibres on the scarf!
Christina B

Jen Crossley said...

WOW Julie this is amazing awesome

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Your work is pretty impressive. It is wonderful. You have a fantastic talent. Keep it up!

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