Thursday, January 21, 2016

Art Revealed: 2

Now that my new product lines have been unveiled at the CHA Trade & Conference Show, I can show you the artwork that I created using my new products. Before the show, I was only able to share glimpses -- such as this: 

An earlier post showed 7 artworks and this post, the second of three, reveals more. Many are available for purchase in my online shop.

Faded Memories

Faded Memories: detail

Tumbling Squares
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Tumbling Squares: detail


Pastime: detail

Pocket Play
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Pocket Play: detail

Pocket Play: detail

Practical Purpose

Practical Purpose: detail

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Be: detail


Sue Marrazzo said...

GREAT work, and I like the detail shots!

Shelby Pizzarro said...

Wonderful! Delicate...yet still so strong. Thanks for posting!

elle said...

I do enjoy your complicated simplicity! :)

Sharon Y said...

The layers and texture get me every time.

Caterina Giglio said...

I love the assembled look of your work... so very interesting.. and of course I am a texture junkie.. grin

cHim-prints said...

Pastime - beyond beautiful.

john said...

So amazing to look at. Of course I have a favorite...Practical Purpose....just wonderful!

Kay Wallace said...

More wonderful art, Seth. I really, really like the open areas of many of your new dies for linking together. Genius!

Alison said...

Wonderful inspiration!
Cheers Seth!

Jackie P Neal said...

Hard to pick a favorite! really digging Practical purpose and the time piece!! hugs ")

Darlene Campbell said...

Whew! Just visited your online shop and that piece "Classified" is spectacular. You are so busy teaching and publishing and yet you are producing unique pieces of art. Loved Practical...

Darlene Campbell said...

Is Pocket Play on metal or did you just make it look that way? A favorite of mine too.

PocketSize said...

I'm just loving all these new works with your new dies! I think my favorite in this post is Pastime :)

Annie Choate said...

These are all wonderful Seth. I especially like Faded Memories. The backround colors are beautiful, almost like the super nova around a new/old star. My son is a chemist and your writing looks like his, a scientist's ruminations over the past. I like the rough edge that shows many layers deep, full of memories. The planet reminds me of a heavy dwarf star that is about to collapse on itself and form something new. I could look at this piece for hours and still find more.