I've finally finished the creation of the squares for my paper 'quilt'.
They are now laid out on my studio work-table and I'll be tweaking their arrangement over the coming week. There are 104 squares in total of which I expect to use 80 to 100.
It feels like I have to resolve one of those puzzles where you have to keep moving squares in and out of one blank space in order to create the correct arrangement.
It's interesting to explore the new relationships that are formed by the juxtaposition of different pieces and as each piece is a micro-artwork, it gives me an illuminating overview of my work.
Working small, creating big
What I love about this 'quilt' idea is that, the many micro-artworks add up to a big piece at the end. A great way to take advantage of my preference for working small yet create something large!
What small, incremental act do you do regularly that could add up to something big?
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