At first glance the orange forms remind me of jelly fish...which I love to look at and draw. The way Amanda McCavour works is pretty interesting so I've included a short paragraph from her Artist Statement."McCavour uses a sewing machine to create thread drawings and installations. By sewing into fabric that dissolves in water, she can build up stitched lines on a temporary surface. The crossing threads create strength so that when the fabric is dissolved, the thread drawing can hold together without a base. With only the thread remaining, these images appear as though they would be easily unraveled and seemingly on the verge of falling apart, despite the works raveled strength."
Today marks the first day of Artist of the Day as a 'blog'. It will appear on the Kimball Jenkins School of Art website where you can choose to get it daily by clicking on Notification. It will also appear on Facebook, Pinterest and eventually on Twitter. Who knew!?!