Saturday, 4 January 2014

Atypical Fragmentology - Treasures from the Catacombs of my shed!


From the deepest recess of the shed, where darkness looms and its a a pit I bring you...........................

Treasures from the catacombs of my shed.......... 








Love it - it speaks to me of long lost sorrow and joy.   Alternatively it could always be a load of crap stuck onto an mdf pocket watch - but there is a secret technique in there!!!!!!!!!!!  





7 comments:

Von said...

Wow Cathryn I'm curious as to the size of your pockets lol and do I spy some melting of fabrics amongst all the loveliness ?
Von ♥

Buttons said...

Love it! and pleased to see you back in action. I'm intrigued by the Aurora Borealis effect on this masterpiece. Jenny x

chrissies said...

Stunning piece. Wonder what the
Technique is

Love chrissie x

Gill Hobbs said...

WOWSER Cathryn am well impressed - and yes the stash we keep in our sheds it needs a using!
Gee am tempted to twist your arm re Convention at Crick.
Take care and happy Fragmentology :-)

sheila 77 said...

This is miles away from anything I do, therefore I find it fascinating and beautiful.

Neet said...

This is a truly inspired piece - I love utee and especially when stamped into. But there is so much more to this - would love to see it irl.
Hugs, Neet xx

cheryl wilson said...

I think it's brilliant yesterday i brought a mdf clock and I would like to do it in a steam punk design ive brought a mask with keys on , one with London background. Ive brought some micro powders .never done this before and looking forward to starting it but where to begin. I really wished I lived nearer to the place where the mdfman is so I could go to the classes
any tips where I should start with my clock he did mention your blog