Further exploring in textile printing showed me that not always your final artwork is the only artwork you've made. Sometimes it's worth to take a quick look at our tools and some side effects, which might be interesting as well. Last time I talked a little bit about creating different shutters when working at project. I didn't realize how interesting those shutters became! They have a good composition, dynamics and colors, as well! So why can't I show them to you?
When experimenting with a textile printing I found out how interesting effects can be achieved by layering several fabric shutters. Firstly, overlapping different nets can give the impression of three-dimensionality and structuring. Secondly, by adding opaque elements you can separate the white (or any other color backgrounds) or bring in some extra color.
I like how delicate and unpredictable it can be, how color and compositions plays together not not distinguishing it from a traditional paintings.
Because of the fact, I cannot manipulate freely with the construction, the cutting neither the shape, I decided to link everything by a color range. I wanted to feel a warm light flying through the cold, misty morning. The tranquility and silence - hazy blues and beiges based on whites, with some small brown and black accents. Need to transfer the thought to the project!
This semester, my Design Classes are not really thrilling. And even I can say it's boring as hell... There is no place for a deeper reflection, research, nor for a creating a coherent collection. I feel like I'm wasting my powers! I really would love to see all my projects as an ensemble, playing well together!
I'm learning. I'm doing the best I can right now, and I'm getting better with it every day - Peter Clifford