Today I finished my tea kettle cozy and worked on another element for the installation Lay Still. I'm close to finishing this part.
After my last attempt, which ended in an over-blended painting (see earlier blogpost), I attempted to restrain my desire to get rid of hard edges. I'm pretty happy with this.
Spent the later afternoon and late evening working more on an element of Lay Still.
Spent a few hours working on another aspect of a sculpture/installation. This piece will eventually get gold leafed and partially covered in gold beads.
Sure some of the proportions are off, but I'm getting better with color. I barely had to scrub at this one. I love the aspect ratio of this new watercolor pad. I'll have to go back and buy another.
Took a road trip with a photographer friend to take pictures at Bean Hollow, using a macro lens. I took so many that it will take some time to edit, but in the meantime, here are a couple of ocean shots.
Terrance Graven is a San Francisco artist whose installations incorporate sculptural elements, performance art, costumes, sound pieces, and theatrical lighting.