Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Finally back into the studio working after a rather challenging month. I brought my drawing home from the ARTBOMB auction. It didn't sell. I was super disappointed with the results, but I am bouncing back. So alas after so many years on blogger, through the death of my dear father and everything. I have chosen to start new and fresh over here on tumblr at Mixed Media by the Sea where I have also posted my drawing Frenetic Components in the new home. Proud Mama indeed! Can you believe that stunning child didn't sell!? lol Xo
Posted by Jacie Wiggs at 5/28/2013 04:39:00 PM
Friday, May 03, 2013
I've just added these two new mixed media drawings to my website jaciewiggs.com . They are 11" x 11" on paper, the top one is called 'Skylight' and the bottom one 'To You'. I just love them. They were such a joy to work on. While waiting on a paper order, I started working on some smaller pieces and who knew I could work small. Wonders never cease! I am definitely going to do more of it.
The above mixed media drawing called Frenetic Components ( 22" x 30") is currently being framed for the online auction ARTBOMB, buy what you love. I'll post the dates later of exactly when it will be up, it could be a few more weeks yet. I am having it framed in a sleek, modern lucite box. So excited to see what it will look like!
Yes I did move to a new city about 5000km from my last location, I'm living in Vancouver now. Right near a beach. I love it so much! Everyday I have access to wonderful running trails that follow right along the water. It is the most wonderful thing ever! I get to smell seaweed while I run!! Imagine!?
I'll keep you posted on new developments with shows, new work etc. and the dates for ARTBOMB. Enjoy the beautiful spring weather, which in our case is turning into summer weather. Soon I will be swimming in the ocean!
Posted by Jacie Wiggs at 5/03/2013 01:19:00 PM
Friday, March 15, 2013
These two mixed media drawings are also 30" x 42" on 300lb watercolor paper.
There was brief break in the rain today, so I took my opportunity to photograph these. I have very high expectations of myself and I have finally got it to where I am very pleased to be able to show these drawings. A long persistent struggle it has been, you can bet that! Learning to loosen up has been the answer for me. I really wanted to create drawing that are fluid and where the possibility for change is present. Thrilled to show... and hooray for persistence! :)
Posted by Jacie Wiggs at 3/15/2013 07:16:00 PM