Taking a break from the assemblage dresses today, put together another collage.
October 3, 2011 2 Comments
Some time ago, you may have seen my post about it, I ordered some sari fabric remnants. Well, at first they didn’t arrive and the seller made enquiries with her postal service. With no sign of the parcel of sari material, the seller apologised and gave me full refund. That was way back at the begining of March. But guess what? The material turned up last week! I’ve been in touch with the seller and she would only accept the cost of the material, declining the postage, and apologising again for the postal delay( poor girl, it wasn’t her fault!). Anyway the sellers name is Fabricana, she sells on Etsy(here is the link – Fabricna), she has lots of lovely material and she is lovely person to do business with.
What is sari material. Visit the Wikipedia page to find out more – Sari on Wikipedia.
May 25, 2011 No Comments
These images are the work of Paolo Roversi for the China edition of Vogue magazine. Paolo Roversi (born 1947) is an Italian-born fashion photographer who currently lives and works in Paris.
I love the imagery and they are sure to inspire new assemblage dresses. Thanks to Beauty Comma on blogspot.
May 14, 2011 1 Comment
Just begun work on a series of new collages for galleries here in the UK and in the USA. This a the first in the series, for which I’ve stayed with my original ideas from early on in my work as Messie Jessie.
May 7, 2011 No Comments
A section of one of my own collages from a while ago – Blue Heart Collage. Anglesey is well known by artists for it’s amazing skies, this was the influence behind the original piece.
I put this up Tom, beacuse I’m having my blue heart trailers back. 😆
April 7, 2011 No Comments
The swallow has been painted using sepia coloured ink, then washed over with a gold acrylic to give an aged look. It also has a small gold heart relief on the wing. I’ve made the flowers by layering and creasing different papers and fabrics, and then sewn then together to give a layered ruffled look. The small bird has been embroidered with a duck egg blue thread. Parts of the collage have been washed with white acrylic to the piece an aged but timeless look.
April 1, 2011 No Comments