work in progress

A couple of weeks ago I posted a sketch book entry ‘waiting for David’  I have started work on the individual pieces below.waiting_for_david_inprogress

Another trip to Noosa Gallery today to meet the press – a television programme called ‘the great south-east’ was doing an article on the gallery and they were kind enough to invite me along – as my work is currently in the gallery – programme airs in June.  Maybe my stars are beginning to line up 🙂

reposting the sketchbook entry belowwaiting-room

16 thoughts on “work in progress

  1. As always, your sculptures (as pictured) are good but what grabs me are your sketches. I’d love to see your sculpture in 3d though.

  2. To be honest I hope my footage ends up on the cutting room floor and just some gallery shots are shown – that would please me greatly.

  3. You don’t know how much it pleases me that you like my drawings – I love drawing but it is with rare exception that I manage to achieve that elusive line that just sings or is just so fluid it breathes a life of its own. And what I would really love to be able to do is infuse my sculptures with the same sort of essence – I am working on it. Thanks for your thoughts.

  4. Veronica,
    I wanted to know how it all worked out and somehow I lost you – I looked forward to seeing a post (or many) about your show! I am very happy I have finally “found” you again! I like your work and I wanted to know how the show went! So now all will be revealed.
    Hope all is well,

  5. YES! There was some kind of “issue” as I never saw your posts despite my limited Reader list – I think that is strange. Yet, each day I looked for you. I will have to think about this. Glad you are” found.” I don’t want to seem like a total nut. I was just looking forward to how great your show was. Well, I probably sound like a nut . . . oh well! I’m glad to hear from you again – thanks!

  6. Show went off without a hitch there is an installation video on my blog I will be taking a few more stills before it is all over. The opening was busy as there were four shows in the different gallery complex. All good fun but sadly no sales – yet – I am the eternal optimist. I am hopeful of finding a commercial gallery to take some of the work when the show is over. I am already working on new images and sculptures – moving on. I really appreciate your generous comments and interest.

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