An English artist indulging my passion for landscape and pattern and attempting to capture a sense of a particular place.
Currently immersed in this huge writers' houses project that has taken hold of me and which happily combines my love of collage (recycling magazines) with literature, architecture, gardens and history.
Main website: www.amandawhite-contemporarynaiveart.com
Monday, January 14, 2013
Blake's Cottage and Woolf's Lodge
Struggling here with a different formatting to post a message to confirm I am still alive. Looks awful as I type but seems to come out okay.
Anyway, that's enough of the technicalities ....
Here's what I have been doing lately.
It's an image I made a while back of William Blake's cottage in Felpham, West Sussex. It is about to go to a new home in the US so I added a few finishing touches and tidying round the edges I had been meaning to do for ages but never got round to.
The colours on the finished picture aren't true, it being an overcast morning this morning, but you might see a few small changes in the details. Golly, it's like one of those Spot the Difference puzzles I remember from the olden days of Look & Learn and News of the World!
I have also been sorting scraps and making sketches relating to another Sussex resident. It's a take on Virginia Woolf's dinky little hut which she grandly called her Writing Lodge that stands in the garden of Monk's House.
I have assembled quite a pile of possibilities scrap-wise and am looking forward to getting stuck into it tomorrow.
Should be interesting.
I do like huts.