Friday, December 13, 2013

just about there with these ones ...

... then onto the next idea!

The more I read and write Rengetsu's poetry, the more calm I feel. It is like a veil being draped over me. It's a beautiful feeling.


kate adderley said...

this is stunning Gemma

Fiona Dempster said...

Her words are beautiful and calming aren't they? And it looks like you've just gotta love a deadline! It's created some beautiful pieces...when does the exhibit close?

Gemma Black said...

Thank you Kate :-)

Gemma Black said...

Hello Fiona, The exhibition is called EKLEKTIKOS. There are four artists working towards up to ten pieces each. It will be held at a very small gallery in Kingston Beach from 7 to 28 February.

I first came across Rengetsu's work at the National Gallery in an ex called Black Robe, White Mist - that's when I became fascinated with her pottery, poetry, calligraphy and painting. Her work was sublime.

Next year ... I am going solo ... fingers crossed

x g

Keith Bolton said...

Fabulous and sensitive. I love your natural dyed paper.

Gemma Black said...

Hello Keith, thank you for the positive comments. I am really enjoying this "natural journey".

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I am an Australian, a letter designer & calligrapher. I enjoy working with letters and grounds, teaching and mixing with like-minded people.


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