I wasted that £1.99, as my camera lead has now reappeared. At least I have a spare one now for the inevitable time when I lose the orginal again.
Here’s a mock up of the domes I’ve been working on. Not quite there yet. More domes have been ordered and I am in the middle of creating more ‘innards’ for them.
It feels like I’ve not blogged for ages. Maybe I’ve not had anything interesting to say. I’ve been sourcing items to potentially use within my work, although I’m not sure if I will use the actual objects, or rather drawings of them. Today I received a box of crows feet through the post – that’s something you don’t get everyday. Yesterday I got a rabbit’s skull. I feel like some kind of morbid collector of animal parts.
My website is finally up and running: www.alice-lynch.co.uk. It’s not perfect, and needs a bit of tweeking, but for now I think it’s ok. I shall play with it a bit when the degree’s finished, probably take out some of the images and add in newer/better ones. I also need to write a better statement and bio, but find it hard to write seriously about myself so have been procrastinating a bit on that front.
I had planned on sharing some photo’s of the glass domes I’ve been working on, but they’re still on my camera and I’ve lost the lead somewhere so that’s not going to happen today (had to order a new one off ebay – a bargain at £1.99!). I’ll put in a little pic of something else I did instead, which I have incorporated within the domes.
Everyone at college is gearing up for the grad show. We share ours with Graphic Design, which historically means some kind of Graphics vs Fine Art showdown over the ‘branding’ of the exhibition. Fingers crossed this won’t happen too much this year…