This is what my dissertation looked like last week – all of my notes, scribbles and jotting down of ideas organised according to the dissertation outline, in my trusty Pendaflex. Since last week i have been writing a chapter a day, planning to get the first draft complete by next week.
This dissertation is to be fully illustrated so i have been putting a lot of thought into the whole look of these illustrations and how i will make them.
I have been looking closely at the flowers on the afternoon tea cloths i am writing about. I went out to the garden to get images of the flowers that are on the tea cloths.
After picking some samples i pressed a few of the flatter ones and covered the rest in silica gel to dry them out.
I have spent the past 2 days in Ladysmith where I have been involved in hanging the first exhibition of work by the newly formed Vancouver Island sub-chapter of the Vancouver Surface Design Association. I was so busy with getting the work up and looking good, i forgot to take photographs – both days!
I’ll do better at the opening on the 7th August – 5 to 8 pm if any of you can come.
The dissertaition looks like it involves a lot of work… and being organised! About a year to go until I start mine!
My advice, Gina, pick a topic you are passion about and the task is a whole lot easier
Hi Lesley – I went to see the 'Current Threads' show yesterday and really enjoyed it. I loved the delicious texture of your piece 'Tapestry Stone'!