Monday, 22 July 2013

Diversity 3

This post should have been up about a week ago,
but I've not had the inclination or clarity to do so.
Although I'm doing well physically, I still need to build up my mental strength as I've had no real need to think over the last couple of months.
I'm back to work tomorrow (part time) so that should help.

Anyway, on to the post.
Earlier this month, we had the annual collaborative exhibition at the Cubby Hole for those artists/crafters/makers/creators who frequent the place.
This is the third year it's been held, and as usual there was a range of exhibits including painting, fabric work, sculptures and everything in between. The works were fantastic, with many amazing pieces from a very talented bunch of people.
This years theme was Masquerade, and this is the centre piece in all it's glory.

As usual people threw themselves into the spirit of it and came dressed in costume with some fantastic masks. This is yours truly in greenman mask and wig. There was also a jacket but as we were in the midst of a heatwave, it didn't go on (and the wig didn't last long either).

My exhibits were all grouped together in one section of the wall, apart from the centre piece.

Two of them (The Mórrígan and Profits) have been shown on here previously.

The new pieces are:
Gregorian chant (which is based on a journal page from a while back)

Masquerade (for the centre piece)

Brigid, my other Goddess alongside The Mórrígan, (and another face I'm not happy with)

Hopefully there will be more pics from the night as people get around to posting them.
I'll add some links when they do.