Friday, December 3, 2010

Laurie Lovell's Lovely Non-Lin Art





I consider myself lucky to know so many talented people. I'm proud to present my friend Laurie Lovell's art work. These lovely pieces were recently for display in a downtown Savannah shop/art gallery.

Hands off the basket (titled nest): that one has my name on it, but friends, I have two of Laurie's window chakra non-lin hangers and they are be-au-tiful (see Laurie's picture: those things hanging behind her are kind of like mine).


Below is Laurie's artist statement and some of her work. Just in time for Christmas shopping. You can contact her at lovelldesign@yahoo.com for a catalog and pricelist. Or just stop downtown at Cafe Gelatohhh and say hi to Laurie in person. She's a lovely person. You won't be sorry.

Artist's Statement:

This body of work is constructed of "Non-Lin" material process I developed to create a paper-like material from linen flax. Non-woven, non-spun long flax fiber worked with water and an adhesive to form a fabric that can be molded and presented both two-dimensionally and three-dimensionally. I have utilized additional textile techniques in these works to create a texture-depth and interest.

My goal is to create art objects that project a contemplative feeling with an underlying connection to the natural world. In my creative process, I transform what I observe into tactile imagery utilizing the language of visual communication: texture, line, light and shadow, color, form, space, and repetition.











Laurie Lovell can be contacted at lovelldesign@yahoo.com. She is the lovely lady in the picture above.









4 comments:

Susanna Ives said...

"My goal is to create art objects that project a contemplative feeling with an underlying connection to the natural world."


Beautiful work. I love the nest. Thanks Laura for sharing Laurie's beautiful work!

Katrina said...

These are gorgeous!!!! Thanks so much for sharing them with us.

Tina said...

Such an amazing gift -- I am in awe. Thank you for sharing with us. I hope these pieces get appreciated by lots of people.

Liz Fichera said...

Very cool! I love art that makes you think. Thanks for sharing!