I love that marbled blue background that gives this piece a lovely fluid feel, like dream images or long ago memories come into and out of our thoughts.
I love that I can scroll down my blogs in Google reader and without even looking at the blog name, know that I've come to yours. Your work has your distinct signature on it that is recognizable immediately. Great stuff! I have one of those winged hands too! Judy W. from Australia, right?
Just beautiful work. :)Bea
Hey Seth, I am really enjoying seeing your Handbook evolution. It's such a fun theme to work with - I had been thinking about a volume 2 - until I saw you starting yours!! :) LOVE what you are doing!
I am going to handle this so carefully that I've just put on white gloves to look at it. Is there going to be an official handbook to your Handbook? Love it!
Fun, fun, fun! Can't wait til we get to see it all.....
i am very much loving how this is progressing, seth. love the lens and all of the beautiful work you've put into it. the hands are fabulous!
I look at your art and wonder could anyone not like this ever...and I conclude, no never.It's fun to love another's art.It brightens my day.It inspires.
Blue again Seth. I agree with Angie about your work having a recognisable quality. What is that hand made out of please?
Angie is right - your creations are so distinctive- that I always know your work - without even reading the blog name!!! Love this!!!
thanks for sharing more pix, this book is just so outstanding and I look forward to each post!
So interesting, Seth. A really neat piece.
beautiful, beautiful work. I really love the background as well... like a old photo being developed. Just gorgeous.
Wonderful book Seth. I'd love to be able to see it in real life!
I like the close ups of the smaller objects and especially the native American image.
I was immediately blown away with the bold stencils..."Handle with care". Once again your metaphors with context and images are multiplied by the viewers individual life experiences. The eye want to see more and the hands want to open the doors to this epic story. Mythology comes to mind and you leave me wanting to hold the answers in my hands. Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart
HEAVY METAL rocks.!!
The marbled background is a wonderful foil for your rusty, vintage pieces.That little hand attached with the copper wire is perfect.I look forward to seeing more of your 'Handbook'.
while is sit here and look at each elementthe fabulous blue marbled background right through to each "hand"picked element..i am amazed at the detail...then the whole page even with out the inscription'handle with care'you can see that the page has been carefully put together withgreat prescence!then all you pieces evoke quality!
never tire of seeing your distinctive are creations Sethgreat use of cutlery too!
I definitely can't keep up with you. Goodness, so much artwork, so many posts. You are amazing. I'd love to have one of those time lapse cameras trained on you in your studio. your work looks great!!! Wow on the Handbook.I'm particularly fond of your one word titles.
Seth, your handle with care pages are wonderful... I love the magnifying glass and the way you photographed it.. this book will be, (and already is..) a masterpiece. Roxanne
This is one of the best yet, Seth. I know I say this a lot, but I really mean it this time, lol.I love love love the hand with the wings! Hermes passing by...Take care.Candace in Athens.
just too cool. :)
Well.... uuuuhhhmmm... now I'm stuck with that Tom Petty song all day... thanks - teehee!
... which were actually "the traveling willburies" now that I think of it...
Haha love the pun. Lovin all the techniques in this book. You are such a tease, show us all of it! xo
Simply gorgeous. I wish my "Hand" AB looked even half as good as yours. The winged hand is a lovely find and a perfect compliment for your art.
oo this is beautiful! congratulations on your first juried show!!! yay!
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