It's been a long time and for that I am sorry - but also not surprised - I told you writing consistent blog posts was not my thing!
So much has happened since I last wrote a post. I bought a house, lived through two more lock downs, went slightly mad, had a lot of glasses of wine in the bath and tried to make bits of work around the craziness of doing up a home all at once.
But amongst all the madness, a collaboration with a very old, very dear friend was born. Sean from Artframe solution, the one who started my journey into the art world and I decided to work on something new together!
A while back, I had 144 antique watch faces framed for my own home.
Sean posted it at the time on his social media pages and so many people loved it - the response was amazing! After seeing the response, we decided that framing a series of beautiful, found objects would be a great idea for a mini series.
We actually created a second watch piece but it sold before I could even post about it on here! I will do another one soon. (But do get in touch if you would like to be put at the top of the waiting list.)
The second piece in our mini series is here - "Float like a feather" in all it's colourful glory.
Approximately 81 x 23 cm in length, framed in glass front and back, with two fixings each side so it can be hung from the wall. Special UV clarity glass has been used on the front to protect the wonderful colours of the feathers and stop light reflections obscuring the feathers.
This piece is a mixture of jay, guinea fowl, pheasant, parrot and magpie feathers - all responsibly sourced - suspended in a gorgeous tumbling formation.
I love the way the feathers cast shadows on the wall behind and it looks so different on each wall colour and surface I've tried it on. Glorious!
This one off piece is priced at £295 plus postage - get in touch if you would like it to be yours.
There will be a lot more coming in the following months, so make sure you are subscribed to my mailing list - I will be posting about these one of beauties first there!
Catch up again soon, Jen x