Saturday

In the studios this week: A narrative of hands

Polaroids are organic, each frame is unique, not a 'real picture' but a 'reflection'. 

Following on from sketch-booking we dive back into the studios to continue a narrative of hands.
 
Referencing Curwen's Solfege tonal hand signs - also featured in 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind' (1977). Arcane gestures, line and form.


I'm extremely happy with this new series of works, its fresh and immediate and I hope to begin the next and final chapter of narrative of hands shortly, again time and its lack of rears its head again. 

Full time work absorbs all of my mental-energy and health-care issues my free time, as the nights drawn in it becomes harder to push myself into the studios... again I return to my sketch books whenever I can; I busy myself researching into Arts Council Funding and I'm contemplating on-line print sales... so waving - not drowning. 

© Hilton Vasey 'A narrative of hands'

© Hilton Vasey 'A narrative of hands'

© Hilton Vasey 'A narrative of hands'

© Hilton Vasey 'A narrative of hands'

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© Hilton Vasey 'A narrative of hands'

© Hilton Vasey 'A narrative of hands'



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