Thursday, August 27, 2009

Small "Urchfont" piece










I was at Urchfont last month with the ladies of my internet group. I did this small piece combining all bits and pieces I had taken with me. My luggage had to be light and this doesn't allow to transport my studio with me!

This is perhaps a good example of the way I want to see my work in the future. In the theory. I want to use what I have at home and I don't want to buy anything more. I already have lots.

There is going to be a shift in the philosophy and in the pace.

14 comments:

  1. This is a beautiful piece and a very modern (and good) philosophy.
    I have the same policy - out of need actually, with the collapse of the króna it's almost impossible to buy anything "foreign" and local things are kind of restricted. But that can be a positive challenge to recycle things and to make something beautiful out of the things one has nearby.

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  2. Sehr spannend und vielversprechend! Ich hatte übrigens im Urlaub dein wunderschönes Buch immer in Greifnähe und "tauchte" immer wieder voll Verwunderung in deine zauberhaften Kunstwerke!
    Liebe Grüsse, Claudia

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  3. Good luck with your new blog Sarah!

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  4. Congratulations to your new blog, Sara! You really make a good point on that recycling theme, and I will be happy to follow you on this journey!

    Love the fringed edge on that Urchfont piece!

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  5. Hermoso Sara!me encanta tu idea ya que es una filosifia que comparto. A no ser que rpecise algo especifico que no pueda tener, conseguir o hacer con lo que ya tengo, pretendo no comprra hasta que este mi cuartito vacio!

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  6. Wonderful blog. I love the pieces you have shown here in these posts. Refreshing and inspiring. Glad jude encouraged a visit.

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  7. A good idea to use what you have on hand. I am aiming to do the same either with what I already have or what I can get for free. I think it urges one to be more innovative.

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  8. An exciting new beginning. I love your work.

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  9. beautiful work and I look forward to continue reading your new blog!

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  10. A very beautiful new blog ... good luck with your new direction

    Carolyn

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  11. Congratulations on your new blog Sarah.I missed looking at all of your wonderful creations.
    Good luck with your journey.
    Sandie at Rag Rescue

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  12. as always, gorgeous work. another blog?? Oh my goodness, how do you do it??

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  13. love the new blog and the philosophy of using what we already have - look forward to seeing how this inspires your work
    chrissie

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