Sunday, 27 May 2012

 I needed to make a lot of flowers to complete the work. I had originally thought that the lampshade frames would be a focal point, but down to the sheer size of the piece they have come to provide the purpose of 'added interest'.

Mirror images from different angles. I thought using the mirror underneath provided the perfect purpose of getting the ceiling to touch the floor, this element was inspired by artist Hsiao-Chi Tsai. Remember my project was titled 'Bringing the floor up, Bringing the ceiling down'. I think that some of the reflections look beautiful.
Finally hanging at college, I'm really pleased with the end result, its been hard work, and I think its very 'me',  people that know me would recognise immediately that this was my work, and I don't think it would look out of place in Elmer's forest either, which is where an element of the inspiration came from. I'm a happy bunny!

I had to dismantle the piece at home and re assemble it at college. For the first time there was to be an element of permanence to it, before things had been attached on a temporary basis. I am happy to be hanging it at college. Thank you to Julie for her help, it took two cars to transport it. This has been in my work room for weeks, its 8 feet long. My room will look quite empty now.

Tassel's made from pop bottles, bottle tops and anything else I could find. I still had to be careful to balance the colour from the top of the chandelier to the bottom, these could have thrown the balance out, they were great fun to make, how on earth am I going to get these to college without them becoming a tangled mess!

Lying on the floor, and looking up! I did this at home, I took so many photos at this angle, it was so pretty, this really had the 'Alice in Wonderland' affect.