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painting/drawing/collage on raw canvas, unstretched
initial stage 1, 1979(seen here, now, with wear and age)
in storage, since then
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WOW ! ! !. Love the this work… Wonderful !
THANKS MARK!!! I am adding to it, restoring it (not ‘storing’) now. Thank You for your wonderfull support!
– doreen connors
Excellent Doreen, great sense of developing forms to this piece
Thanks a lot Josh… I have been toying with the feeling of cutting it into sections; mostly likely, will work on it as a whole, 1st. Though physical space for doing so, is a somewhat-issue… maybe playing with it, folded up, is another way…….LOL, “it unfolds”
Agree with Josh. All the best in the resolvement of this work.
Thanks for the comment and support Kerryn!!
How do you like working with raw unstretched canvas? I’ve been considering giving it a try. I love the way the elements work together in this.
I prefer rucanvas. I like to have the wall (hard surface) behind it, for ‘drawing’..etc… and for some reason I have never cared for, personally, a gessoed ground… something about the ‘natural’ quality of the fabric; the resistance of it; and the color….Thanks Alanps: (it poses a “problem” for hanging in places that have not been open to this… same with paper… for awhile i had to mount everything, and this took away completely from my intention with making them right on the wall… I was both trying to bring drawing to the status of painting and at the same time, take away the “preciousness” of a piece (if that makes sense?) O
…so …none of this work has ever been shown (except the ‘halifax series’, in halifax, at NSCAD, right after i produced them… my British painting ‘instructor’, that summer, said…“not bad, for an american”…HA… I “hated”, that, at the time…he also said that my stuff looked like Helen Frankenthaler because I used the raw canvas…HA!! …I often used white raw canvas… very nice! too… ….honestly, a woman had to be really ‘tough’ in the seventies, in her personality, and i was not… and i am completely grateful that i was not…LOL!!!
first this painting…makes me cry…it is so lovely…so creative!!! thanks for all the tips with raw canvas…i might have a go!!. ..I must check out Helen F…..thanks for help…love your comments re the .‘preciousness’ piece….
…your comment makes me cry, Shylie!!! xoxoO
( I can imagine how wonderful it would be to have a space like Helen F. had… seems very lucky to me… LOL!) (while my stuff, did not look like her work, i can appreciate, today, that he identified me with the wonderful art from a woman)
thanks doreen…i did ……..i looked at her last night…when i got your comment…i want back to see ‘her again’………..!!!!!!cheers shylie
sorry…….when you work with raw canvas do you tape it on a board or nail it??? Thanks Doreen
hi Shylie, I used to use push pins or small tack nails to attach it to the wall to work on. Most of the time, i didn’t use tape for canvas, because i wanted to paint off the edge… though i tended to use tape on paper, cos i wanted the rough ‘border’ in it…or the tape itself, to be part of the piece (and cos of the ‘tear’ factor, though I often used tacks or push pins for paper too!… I would think both could work on a board… guess the nails make it easier to get a good stretch out of it?? (although, depends… sometimes, allowing the canvas to put up some resistance)…HA! Cool
ps:… I am using nails with this piece…and the surface behind it is not smooth, too (that always plays in to the spontaneous nature of it… depending on what you want to do)