Sculpting with wire is very fun – wether it’s lamps or sculptures of some creatures animals. It’s probably a memory of my activities years ago as a gold- and silbersmith that keeps me getting back to this material on an almost regular basis.
I work with two kinds of steal wire: This simple wire they have on construction sites to string wooden boards together for formwork I use for drawing the lines and combine them with a really thin Jeweler’s binding wire.
This time I started out with a bunny-girl that’s more or less two dimensional, with some patience you can get her to stand on her own, so there is a little hint of a third dimension, not very much of a depth though.
So, for the second one I wanted to make sure he is easier to handle and created this 3D sitting rabbit.
Guess what will replace the typical Christmas pair of socks in 2020? … Yessss! Probably there will be quite some face masks under trees and in stockings this year – a useful and fashionable gift. So, if you want to give masks for Christmas, make sure they are original and cool! I just uploaded art for really fun mask-designs, but you can have them on socks, too… and on t-shirts, and pillows, and backbags, phone cases and a lot more!
A little series of rabbit drawings and collages from my sketchbook. I used pieces of coloured magazines, watercolour, crayons and ink on brown kraft paper. Maybe these illustrations one day will be the inspiration for a bigger painting? Let‘s see….