lundi 19 octobre 2015

Asymétrie / Asymmetry

Avec un peu de retard, voici mon travail sur l'asymétrie pour le cours The Alchemy of Objects.
Comme je n'ai pas beaucoup d'objets anciens comme il est préconisé d'utiliser, j'ai utilisé mes perles de prédilection, les perles artisanales.
Des perles en céramique de Something to do beads, un magnifique pendentif de Mary Harding, des perles en verre de Caroline Bead Bug, Glass Bead Art et Lorna Johnston.
Un peu de lin, de chaîne et de soie et voilà.

I'm a little late for this week's  asymmetry assignment for The Alchemy of Objects.
As I don't have many found objects as Deryn Mentock uses, I used my favorite art beads.
Ceramics from Something to do beads and Mary Harding's gorgeous pendant as well as some glass beads from Caroline Bead Bug, Glass Bead Art and Lorna Johnston.
Some linen, chain and silk later, there it is.



Et puis suite aux conseils de Deryn j'ai fait quelques changements, je ne sais pas encore s'ils sont judicieux, mais je pense que le collier gagne en unité.

Then, following advice from Deryn I made some changes, I don't know yet if they make a difference but I think they do give some more  unity to the necklace.


10 commentaires:

  1. I love it! The bird tassel is so sweet. I don't remember you buying those verdigris lanterns!

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    1. Thank you Claire, I've had the lanterns for quite a while, I have quite a collection of your beautiful beads and I'm ready for your next update!

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  2. This is absolutely gorgeous Karin - one of my favourite of all your pieces ever! Both incarnations.

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    1. Thank you Rebecca, it means a lot to me!

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  3. I love the gorgeous tassle. Your stationery items are a good starting point for found objects - the conical ends of ball point or gel pens can be used as bead caps, wooden rulers can be cut up and wrapped. You could glue printed images/paper underneath clear scales and use them as focals or pendants. You can also use old bangles, watch faces, rocks or twigs. You can look at this blog called Michlinla by Michelle, she is the queen of upcycle and has the most fabulous ideas

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    1. Thank you Divya for the comments and sharing so many ideas!

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  4. What a beautiful necklace Karin!!! Love the subtle muted palatte of beige and oranges. I am thrilled that my long hollow bead has found its home here. Looks just perfect in its place of honor.!!

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  5. I love the beautiful array of pinks, some warm, some cool, and how they all work with the orange and that dash of green. I do like the change of chain in your second variation.

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  6. J'aime beaucoup ce collier. Il est magnifique!!!

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  7. This is gorgeous. I don't remember seeing it at the time, but Mary Harding just posted it on Art Bead Scene, and it led me here. Fabulous work.

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