it was an intense weekend this past one, the jewelry closeout sale came with much anticipation and hit with great impact and cleared out the display table, set up in my studio for visual support!
and then it was time for packaging everything, pile it by the door and pass the safety check by a vigilant assistant...
a batch ready to go. thank you to all who virtually stopped by....thank you for the support!
wondering how everybody is doing deep into this augus...just 3 days to close.
among all the turmoil outside, i have been finding refuge (literally) upstairs in my studio, under a very low ceiling at a desk under a bright skylight...
scored 18 of these little ones this month, and for now piling them up to ready them for future endeavors.
see you there!
as this summer progresses in unprecedented ways, the un-focus is everywhere to be found.
cannot say this whole pandemic thing is not effecting me...despite my sought out solitude and blissful isolation, the energy flow is subtle and always pulsating, even if in stuffed away into recycled ice cream containers (ahh...those times!) to be re-discovered just at the right moment.
just like these old paper samples and cutouts for the free form squiggles, another project for that day coming.
...in preparation. always in preparation-mode.
here below more idle time spent in playing with dots recently, and blank paper and the small scissors, somewhere.
this is another something that could be.
visual notes, one to touch all around, feel how it could feel...
january is the month that always gets away with nothing.
among the picking up of things left hanging from the old year gone, the good resolutions to start afresh, the dwindling of time, there is that peek into all that can be, luring ideas into unknown territories with all the 'what-ifs'...
i have no idea what to do with these.
a roll of brass strip given to me ages ago by someone i don't remember, it has been tucked away and preciously preserved for whenever.
cut out a piece, annealed it, cut it up again, rolled it through the rolling mill...a simple excercise in futility, but it felt so good!
in between breaks, wanted to share a quick view of where all the action happens: my studio!
one of my work benches, this one custom built, with heavy oak planks, all the way from italy.
big bench, rolling mills, drawbench (in the background, against the wall) for drawing wire (pulling, that is) through profile plates, for churning out metal wire and tubing in all shapes and forms, and the bench cutter right next to it.
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