Another Great Day in the Studio

So, what can I say? I love being in the studio. I marbled 20 sheets on Tuesday and here are a few of the highlights. Remember these pieces from my Monday session?

They were nice and all, and great for practice, but a little boring. So I overmarbled them.



How fun are these? They look much better in person but I hope you can still get a sense of the movement and layers in them. The git-gel in particular is quite funky, mind-messing mesmerizing when you're standing in front of it.

On Tuesday, I also played with colors and design  for one of my commissioned works. The client sent me paint and fabric samples from her newly redesigned first floor and I spent a considerable amount of time thinking about colors that will work well in her scheme. Specifically, I'm creating pieces to go in one room, but that room is the first one you see when you walk in the house, so it sorta sets the "home tone" when people walk in.

No pressure or anything.

She also specifically requested the feather pattern as well as one of my more "modern" pieces. Her interior designer sent me a three different layout ideas for a grouping of 10 framed pieces ranging in size from 4x6 all the way up to 20x25. So with all that in mind, I set to work.


Stone on colored paper


These are just the start of a really fun project so I'm excited to keep working on it.

And now...back to the studio!