Monday, 22 February 2010

Close-up






My pelargonium I sowed weeks ago started to grow!

Building process of the islands, erased landscapes. More of close-up shots because they are far from finished, I don't want to show too much yet.
It's so much fun and challenging also because I'm working in a way that I never worked before, with different materials..Nervous moments, ups and downs. It has so far turned out so different than I thought and the end result will maybe be something totally else.

Nevertheless I'm determined to make it work as I want!

12 comments:

ADRI said...

These islands are amazing oOo I like they volume so much

Wish you luck with the proyect =D

gracia said...

Wow! Your archipelago is going to be superb.

Esti said...

great islands. I love the gray pattern. love the material you are using. Looking forward to seeing the finished piece :)

Anja Dahle said...

Gleder meg til å se mer av kunstverket ditt, det ser spennende ut! Har forresten linket til deg fra bloggen min :)

rosanna said...

kämpa på, det blir nog bra!:)

maria said...

ADRI, gracia, esti: I'm glad to hear that, thank you all so much!:)

anja dahle, tack!! kul, jag ska genast länka till din med:)

rosanna, jo tack! :)

Fine Little Day said...

Det ser jättespännande ut ditt landskap! Vad är det för material du jobbar med?

maria said...

elisabeth, tack! jag har provat mig fram lite, det blev polyuretan(skum på burk, går så lätt att skära i då det stelnat) och styrofoam tapetklister och kuvert. får se hur det utvecklar sig:)

Lisen said...

va snyggt det ser ut!
jätteroligt att se!

snygg tröja nedan och fantastiskt kul att SÅ en pelargon! DET har jag aldri gjort! Kanske skulle testa..

Schanett said...

I have to check what pelargonium in German means -or do I just wait until you'll post it in a few months grown up...?!

Sakletarn said...

Va fint det ser ut! Härligt att se ett litet vårtecken också.

amelish said...

These look really cool :) Hope you'll post the final products!