These two cases are soon going to two new owners. Just before they leave my studio I thought it would be nice to share it with you guys as well.
Tomorrow I’ll open my studio for the public for a day. I have some creatures in process and some new work I’ve just finished.
New work; paintings on wood, for a new collection of creatures
Some time ago I met a biology teacher from a high school at a workshop I gave. She saw what I was doing in my work and I was asked if I would be interested in a dozen or so cabinets dating from the early 1900’s.
Today my studio had a whopping 23 wooden cabinet cases and another 8 wooden/cardboard on the shelves. Some of them are almost intact, so I won’t touch those. Others are all turned into dust, not a single butterfly to see anymore. I will use those cases to collect my own creatures in, like the ones you can see here.
These three little siblings are born from the legume they fed themselves with during their fetal stages. Now to be seen as a series of three sculptures.
I embedded my work sorted on category on my latest page: www.laurensdeblocq.com/my-work
Here you can see all my work, zoom in, and scroll to the next image. I hope you like it!