Sivut

maanantai 21. huhtikuuta 2014

Viivapiirroksia



 

 




"viivoina" jään hakkaamat kaislat huhtikuisella Raumanmerellä sekä viime aikoina työstämiäni pellavakuituja.

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There is some similarity between the reeds  and linen fiber with which I have been working lately

sunnuntai 13. huhtikuuta 2014

Umami taidesuunnistuksessa



 


 


Tapahtumaan osallistuvien taiteilijoiden työhuoneet auki klo 11-17.
 Umami
su 27.4. klo 12 ja 14 
Tehdas 108, Tehdassaari,
Souranderink 2, Nokia,
Tervetuloa!

Umami
Umami on tanssia ja maalausta yhdistävä performanssi. 
 Siinä tutkitaan musiikin, tanssin ja värin yhteyttä ja aistien vuorovaikutteisuutta. 
Se on myös vuoropuhelua tanssijan ja maalarin - tyttären ja äidin välillä. 

 musiikki Roope Niemelä. 

 Leena Vainio Tampere  http://lmvai.blogspot.fi/ 
Sini Vainio Tampere  http://sinihvainio.blogspot.fi/


...
Umami is a performance which combines painting, dance and music.
it will be performed soon in a artists´ studio near Tampere, Fi 
more about  the project here

lauantai 29. maaliskuuta 2014

W A T E R











water 
is the theme of this week´s DC. Our host is Patrice, see her fabulous blog Patrice A. for more.
These images tell about early spring and melting ice on a lake and tiny river in a small town of  Kankaanpää where I study at the moment.
- The turquoise one in the middle is about wet linen fiber on a balloon:)

 My love and connection with nature can be seen in my art work. 
The fragility of the balance in nature and worry and anxiety about the condition of the water system on earth should be seen in my works more clearly.
Thank you, Patrice, for the important and wonderful theme.












perjantai 21. maaliskuuta 2014

Kivi, paperi, sakset

Olen leikannut lakanoita ja pellavia ja tehnyt niistä paperia. 
Olen laittanut käteni saveen. Poltossa savesta haihtuu kaikki vesi ja siitä tulee kivitavaraa..
 ...
 I have made paper of cotton and linen. 
I also have been moulding clay - oh, how I love the touch of it!
The first and last images are seen through unpainted and painted papersheets. 
We still have had mostly misty and cold winter days as can be seen in the image in the middle.
In waiting for brightness I have been watching Bright shadow by two wonderful artists.






lauantai 15. maaliskuuta 2014

Maa



Earth 1, watercolor on paper, 29 x 42cm, LV 2014



 




Earth 2, watercolor on paper, 29 x 42cm, LV 2014


  Connection to earth ( maa in Finnish ) is important to me. 
Unevitably that can be seen in my works, too. 
And there is a clear connection between my photos and paintings. 
For me the dearest place on earth is - as you  may already know - our summer place in Rauma archipelago. 
And, yes, there is a connection between that place and all these images:)

I can´t wait  to get there , there , there again..
We got some snow: it is not spring yet, so I´ll have to wait some more time:(
 

This week´s drawing challenge is about Connections. 
Our host is Kristen, see her vivid and colourful blog  Sunny Spot for more:)

perjantai 14. maaliskuuta 2014

Paper-Fiber-Fragility





 

earlier about nets of different kinds in this blog f.ex. here  here here  here here

 ..and I´ve always liked making nets with crocheting and so is here my student friend  Liisa:)

perjantai 7. maaliskuuta 2014

Raven Hair






Those drying, hanging linen bunches remind me of wet hair
I have been staining linen fiber into black color to make paper blend of it later on.

I had a witchy feeling standing  in front of the stove with big pink gloves on, stirring the black raven hair mixture in a huge kettel:=)


 

A while ago I painted a "hair-dye-self-portrait"
( acrylic on paper, 50 x 60cm )
There is a witchy feeling there, too, don`t you think;)


Thank you, Nadine, for the DC theme of this week
see other participants via Nadine`s charming blog Tiny Woolf

DRAWING CHALLENGE NEW THEME |


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