Wednesday, July 20, 2011

lines and a bit of string


Who this is? .... read about our day in the studio 



and find out about why I revisited the 'elegant string theory' on saturday...



and have a peek at the previous post here wont you... see what lovely bloggers 
Mary and Lucy sent in the mail!

Busy times indeed...
Ciao, 
Sx


7 comments:

ronnie said...

interestring! (hee hee hee couldn't helpt the corny pun!)

Sophie Munns said...

Your great at them Ronnie ...words... puns...
if i wasn't in the middle of cooking dinner..I'd try a comeback... you wait... I'm sure there's a pun in me somewhere.
ciao,
S

Mary Zeran said...

Well, I think the whole day looks like a dream come true! Lucky, lucky, lucky. I have had a couple of neighborhood artist ladies asking to come to my studio so.....Now I am truly inspired to get them here. As for the string paintings/ Divine!!! I can't wait to see how that all turns out! Your new work is shaping up rather nicely don't you think?
P.S. I've been playing with paint and drawing a lot since our last emails and it has busted a huge hole in a mental block that I have had. Thank you Sophie! That is a true testimony to your teaching skills!
xo

Sophie Munns said...

Yes... a day with another painter who is quite a force of nature was a breath of fresh air Mary... working, reflecting and breathing out ... literally and metaphorically.
I've been loving the workshops... this was different again...I was inside the process rather than facilitating and thats why it was so enlarging for me.
Great to hear you've tapped into a little inspiration via here... we ll need that.... and just being in the process again has been so wonderful... rather than end goal pursuit of painting for deadlines ... thinking about it from the inside out.
When I am in the UK the work will be highly focused on documentation, especially at the KEW Millennium Seed Bank ... which is another reason that all this loose working is a good place to be right now.
have a great show Mary!
thanks for your enthusiasm from right across the Pacific!
S x

iNd!@nA said...

pretty sure i recognise that figure - now off to follow the link to see if i am right...

Sophie Munns said...

it was a meeting of the stripes India ... you'd have fit right in ... lines lurk in your work...
oh...i hope Ronnie likes that rhyming line!
ciao,S

blue china studio said...

Oh, what a wonderful day you had! And enjoyed reading about your packages in your previous post. I could read your blog for hours, I always learn so much!