Florence Meade

Things I Make and Do

Category: Art

Bauble Terrariums Christmas 2018

Advertisements

Still Life

imag0049a

Left Hand Draw, Right Hand Draw

Photos from Raasay

I just realised I haven’t blogged these photographs of Raasay in Scotland…

Objects from the deep past

Sketched a collection of items from the Sedgwick Museum, Cambridge at an evening event ‘The Art of Pure Observation of Things’. Items include a Brachiopod, a sea urchin and copper ore.

2016 05 Items from Sedgwick Museum

 

A perfectly ordinary 1950’s semi…

So I’ve been putting all my energy into making my new place habitable…. Here are some of the first results!  There is possibly more filler than actual plaster left on this wall and Dad did a great job with the sander.  The carpets were a major milestone.  The paint is an optical grey that I chose because it is very receding.

Work continues on this tapestry; I’m working copper coloured paint and thread onto a calico backdrop that I hand-painted in taupe and dyed with a pale blue wash.

Copper toned tapestry, a work in progress...

On the landing window: A print by Robert Jones titled ‘Edgelands’ and one of my wobbly pots with winter branches.

One of my wobbly pots and a print by Robert Jones

The sunlight moves around to this window in the evening

Light moves around to this window in the evening

Some bathroom pieces and my hand-mixed paint colour, a flesh tone that I’ve affectionately named ‘Nanna’s Girdle’

Some bathroom pieces and my hand mixed paint colour affectionately named 'Nanna's Girdle'

A still life at Beaujeu

Meadow flowers with ivy and olive sprigs, a bowl with a river smoothed pebble and a piece of irradiated quartz. Watercolur and bodycolour on paper
Cropped

Bob’s Museum of Found Objects

A museum of found objects including discarded wheel rims hung from a river smoothed branch and a wood burner and local signage resting in a nook. Charcoal on paper. Bobs Museum Sharper

IMAG4322

River washed trees and surrounding hills.  Watercolour on paper.  It was so hot that I had to load the brush heavily with paint. The paint dried on the paper quickly leaving sharp edges.