This is some new "production" work that I sent to Craft Victoria last week.
They're kind of still lifes (or should that be still lives)
My studio mate Cass (I think there's more to come soon with this website) suggested that I make a range of 'objects' as production work. I've been experimenting with trying to make production jewellery with the sublimation technique and I've been struggling a bit with some technical aspects of this which I'll try and address in another post.
The top image is a "wall work", ie, it has some gallery wire across the back and can be hung.... on the wall! The one above is an object.
They're cut from the off cuts and sections of biscuit tins and tin trays that I have no use for.
Another wall work, this one is rivetted but the rest are cut and bent from one piece of tin.
You can see the empty shapes below which are cut then folded up so they sit out from the base at varying heights.
They range in price from $130 - $175.
I really enjoyed making them. I like that they're kind of production but that every one is different.
I'm still happy to receive photography and blogging tips. (I actually haven't received any at all yet)