Artwork in Progress – Lisa CallStitching around and around
This is what has been happening in my studio for the past few weeks. I stitch the circles.
All of them are part of one textile pattern. This is a continuation of the black and white series that I did several years ago, on which was marked with paint on the fabric. An extension is the addition of color. At one point, black and white was enough for me
I also painted. Thinking about where I want to take these circles.
Square square circles have a long tradition of making patchwork. One of my first unfinished quilts (which I had done in my studio a long time ago) was “The Way to the Drunkard” – a design consisting of a quarter of circles (what exactly sounds – 1/4 of a circle). This is a much simpler way to sew circles on fabric than to go around.
This is the beginning of the sketch. This is faster than stitching, and after I make some progress in developing ideas, I will switch back to fabric.
PS – I am still working on a post, sharing my thoughts on inspiration from nature in my abstract works. I still do not understand what exactly I want to say, but already close. Hopefully next week I will have something ready to share.