Monday, 26 May 2008


Well, it must be well over a month since i did any real artwork, and boy have i made up for it today.

I've started altering 2 jigsaw pieces, one large (kindly sent to me from Maureen) and one medium size.

Gone back to altering my bus shaped board book, which has wheels on. The front cover should be finished tomorrow.

Made an assemblage angel, but it needs one thing to finish off, which i'm waiting on from Hongkong, So will be probably 3 weeks before i can show you.

BUT i did manage to complete one project entirely today, and that was my first ever Gothic Arch.
I succumbed to the Frieda Kahlo look, which a lot of people have done in the past, but i felt it was something i needed to do for myself. Plus it was great to use such bright vivid colours, that represent Mexico. There seems to be a lot of 'brown' stuff going on everywhere, so thought i would brighten up everyones day with some 'serious' colour. lol.

Would love to have a go at making a gothic arch book, but that will have to wait until after the end of June, when i will be exhibiting my work at Chesterfield. This was postponed from April, because of my moving home. So have to get some serious work done for that.



Mieke said...

Wow!!!! FAB!!!

JafaBrit's Art said...

The gothic arch is one of my fave shapes, and so is frida, so this works for me,it is COOL!!!!!!!

Glad to see you back.

Sanja said...

absolutely beautiful your Frieda arch!!:-)

My name is CINDY...... said...

Desperately want to have a go at these but no time!! This is great I love it.

Viola said...

Your arch looks so great, Margaret!!!

Jacky said...

What a fabulous Frida piece (and in my favourite shape). Loving your bright and vibrant colours.

Jan said...

Love this Margaret - one of my favourite artists and you have done her proud!

Dreamer said...

I love this. We were fortunate to be in Mexico once at Halloween or their day of the dead and this reminds me of the artwork and images - Really vivid.

Jean said...

Wow!! This is really fantastic! Your art and blog are wonderful!