Goal: To create one piece of art each day for 365 consecutive days
I began working on a larger scale piece yesterday in which I planned to incorporate thread. As I started stitching into the work though, the effect was not as I had hoped. I was going for more of an organic feel and wound up with – as should have been expected – very geometric lines. As I removed the thread from the paper I began to take notice of the small holes that remained. I thought they were wonderful and so added more to a few points around the paper. Suddenly it dawned on me that I could create an entire design solely by poking holes.
I pulled out a smaller piece of paper and after a few hours, ended up with this piece. I love the subtlety of it. As a viewer you are forced to get in close to see what has been created. Beyond that, there is a really great texture that results from the needle piercing the paper. I also love that nothing has been removed or added to the paper to create this piece of art. I feel like larger scale versions are on the horizon.
Love the delicacy. Beautiful!
Stunning – can’t wait to see how this new idea develops! =D
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Thank you so much! I’m in the middle of a larger scale piece, right now that I’ll be excited to share.
Looking forward to it! =D