…Or canvas…or easel…In this case, easel works best.
As some of you might know from previous posts, in addition to my day job and my photography and my dogs, I also work in kilnformed glass. I hesitate to use the term “artist”, as in “I am a glass artist”, as there is always discussion amongst us as to whether the creation of glass is art or craft. I personally think it depends on the quality of the work produced by the individual. So whether I am an artist, artisan, craftsperson or crafter, I’ll leave that up to the individual viewing my work.
Besides glass, I use some granite in my work as a base for display. I have this particular piece of granite sitting on my deck, where it has been collecting some fallen leaves from my honey locust tree. I’ve been hesitant to cut into this piece, because I love the broken edge. I need to create just the right piece so that I can use this piece of granite as is. Soon…I hope.
Just in case you haven’t visited the link in my previous black and white photo posts, Maya at Springtree Road issued a challenge to post November photos in black and white – click here for more info. This photo is another attempt at Maya’s challenge.