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Spring 2013

Scans

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Decided to scan some of my weaving samples as well as some line drawings I made based on the linear weaving pattern.

These exercises are for the surface treatments of a series of nesting bowls.

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4 comments on “Scans

  1. New Paltz Ceramics
    February 25, 2013

    These scans in high contrast make them relate a lot to your drawings. What is the next step in your process?

  2. New Paltz Ceramics
    February 25, 2013

    Also, don’t forget to look at Eva Hesse’s drawings (and sculpture). We have the publication companion to her 2006 traveling drawing exhibition. N6537.H4 A4

  3. meghanhallock
    February 26, 2013

    I’m really curious as to how you are going to apply these weavings to your nesting bowls. Will they aid in the way your forms fit together, kind of like a key for each corresponding bowl, or are they purely for surface decoration? Do you have any sketches or ideas you could share?

  4. bmurphy39
    February 27, 2013

    The way the patterns in fiber translate digitally is really compelling…have you thought of perhaps making decals or transfers from them?

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