A monochromatic palette helps Scottish artist Lorna Fraser utilize the power of light and shadows in her hand built porcelain forms. Their dense black counterparts provide a stunning contrast to the other-worldly effect of the lit translucent sculptures.
“The inspiration for my work comes from the plant world. I take elements from different parts of plants – particularly water lilies – to create my own hybrids. My work explores the sculptural quality of plants whilst also trying to capture their vulnerability and sensuality.”
Lorna Fraser’s website
I am interrupting my regular feature posts to invite you to join me next month for the 2015 WPBasics eCourse. If you are ready to take control of your website and you want to learn how to build a WordPress website that lets your art shine, this is the class for you!
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The class is appropriate for anyone who wants to learn how to build a WordPress website, however it is geared towards teaching artists how to create a beautiful online presentation for their art.
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I’ll be back tomorrow with another inspirational feature post.
Since childhood, Sweden’s Lena Olson has had what she refers to as a “close and good relationship” with wood. She credits her ‘thing’ with wood as one of the main reasons the material is a good fit for the artist.
Rings, bracelets, pendants, brooches and bracelets beautifully crafted from ebony, pearwood, pink ebony, lime, amaranth. . .
“Initially I used to combine wood with silver in my jewelry, and also other materials like textile and concrete. But as wood turned out to give me all the answers and challenges I could ask for, it was eventually the only thing I needed.” From an interview with the artist on AJF
Olson enjoys taking a solid piece of material and removing pieces of it to create the form, particularly when the material itself makes it clear the artist is not in control of everything. I’m speaking of the grains, cracks, and variations of colors in any piece of wood . She doesn’t control them and yet they add so much, all while she is taking away from the material to create a form. Olson surrenders to the material with grace. . .
Lena Olson’s website
Read the interview with Lena Olson on Art Jewelry Forum