I hope all you UK residents are holding on to your hats! It is certainly blowing a hooley here and I know up north it is even worse.
I have managed to fit a bit of creativity in.
Here are four gouash and indian ink resist pieces I have been experimenting with. They look rather better here than in reality. Linda Kemshall did a demo on DMTV which I don't subscribe to at the moment (Too many other things going on) but a quick google soon came up with a few explanations.
I have coloured them with my Koh-i-noor intense watercolour dyes.
It has also been back to the cutlery drawer for me. On the left is a cut out inspired by Matisse and on the right a collage formed from cutlery shapes cut from the insides of envelopes. I managed to make the cut out all in one piece - but I could do with a new blade in my craft knife. Not sure how to develop the envelope collage so I took a couple of copies on the scanner.
Here is one of them which I have been working on with a black Sharpie pen. You can see the different textures from the envelopes better in this detail.
Not sure yet if this is the finish I want. Without any work the textures are rather too subtle.
Thank you for all the comments on my previous post, I have managed to clock up 150 followers so I shall arrange a give-away, but not sure if if I will fit it in before Christmas. On Saturday I shall be supporting the Artists Network Bedfordshire at the Dickensian Fayre at The Disovery Centre, Stockwood Park in Luton - although I'm not sure what times I shall be there. (No, we're not dressing up) So if you live in the area, please pop in.