My wife, Carole, has created a fibre art piece inspired by the work of Jackson Pollock. There’s a neat little high-speed video (seems appropriate when it comes to action painting) of her process.
I recently took up the challenge of a Jackson Pollock inspired piece of work. At first I was not completely taken with the idea as his work is huge, all over the place or so I thought, but on further investigation of this artist I was hooked.
The piece I made was inspired by Pollock’s Moon Woman, especially since I have just finished a moon woman felted piece.
Firstly here is the felted piece it’s depicts a mother and daughter reaching out to each other across the moon. I quite liked the idea of cutting the moon (another of Pollock’s works), then following his technique I lay the piece on the floor and got splashing with a select range of colours and allowed myself to be inspired by the movement of the fabric paint and the image below. Quite an experience, thoroughly enjoyed myself and I feel that the…
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