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Tuesday, October 7, 2008


Lucy Corrander - Flaked Paint on Tin Hut

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The Weaver of Grass said...

You certainly have an eye for texture Lucy, As I do textile embroidery I am fascinated by the beautiful patterns one can find in really simple things. Love this tin with flaking paint.

Patsi said...

Don't know why I like it but I do.

Hermes said...

Wonderful eye you have for making what could be mundane, really rather wonderful.

Lucy Corrander said...

Weaver of grass - it's extraordinary, isn't it, how much there is to appreciate.

(Sounds a bit pompous, doesn't it . . . but I expect you understand.)

This is simply part of the outside of a derelict corrugated iron shed at the foot of a cliff and half hidden by trees and undergrowth. It's an odd place to find it and I wish I knew why it was ever there in the first place!


Lucy Corrander said...

Patsi - that's exactly it. I would feel pretty stupid trying to explain why it caught my eye, or why I took the photograph.

With some things, there's a sort of an 'is-ness' - it just 'is' interesting and attractive.


Lucy Corrander said...

Thanks Hermes.


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