Our marbling exhibition last Friday at DVAA was a great little show, and I’d like to thank everyone who turned up. Today I will post six new marblings on canvas that were framed to hang on the wall. They are all a little larger than our ordinary marbling, about 12×17 inches (300x420mm). Acrylic on mordanted cotton canvas.
“Supraintelligent manifestation of colour Blue”, as it appeared briefly in the “Restaurant at the end of the Universe” by Doug Adams.
Another take on the same theme.
“Homa” bird comes from Persian mythology.
In marbling, when you get something you really like, you know it is a unique piece; no matter how hard you try to replicate the previous print, it will never come out quite the same. Once I was happy with my “Homa” bird, I tried a dozen of them, and they are all very different.
Photos by Nat from smallestforest.net