This artwork is absolutely amazing. It LOOKS like its an installation of crushed foil front on, but is actually a woven canvas. You can see the intricate work in the following two images.
So with motherhood going well, and I’ve learnt to better cope with my little one after three months and a bit, I decided that it is time to get cracking on my own little home business. I spent the whole weekend setting up my Etsy Shop, FaceBook Page and Twitter account, and then linking it all together. Am by no means tech-savvy, but boy, after this little exercise, suffice to say I at least have the whole social net-working situation down pat!
For those of you who are new to Etsy, it is an online marketplace for all sellers of handmade goods of arts and crafts, or vintage items. Be warned yourself, once you get in there, you’ll find it hard to get out, as there are just too too many goodies for sale by all the talented people out there!
Please click here to view my new online shop.
Do you see yourself as the world sees you? Most of us have a different idea of ourselves compared to what our peers and family see us as. Most of us don’t even realise it, I don’t think. Which is why it is always interesting when an artist chooses to do a portrait of themselves.
Yayoi Kusama, an artist who could be said to live in a kaleidoscopic world of schizophrenic colours, did a self portrait in black and white. I am not an art critic. But perhaps it is a metaphor for truth as often been described as black and white, and she believes that she is being honest in her representation of self to the world. In a painting not distracted by colour, we begin to read more of the lines, patterns and shading used to construct her face and background.
Also decided to include an image of Anish Kapoor jewellery collaboration with Bulgari. Its so beautiful. I saw some other jewellery of his at the art fair yesterday, but didn’t manage to take good photographs of it.