Friday, October 1, 2010

gut pieces


I've been using pig gut in my latest work. Below are some pieces and a few details of each.





















14 comments:

notmassproduced said...

interesting work

ArtPropelled said...

Kate, that is quite a body of work! Innovative and amazing!

Helen-S said...

These are beautiful - and what an interesting material!

Jeane said...

these are gorgeous! up for a trade?

kvk said...

brings to mind the feeling we got from Leslie Walker Noell's wonderfully minimal work. absolutely exquisite!

Jo Horswill said...

Kate,I can only imagine how much more beautiful these works would be in the "flesh' so to speak!
An organic sensibility here, light and ethereal, strange and haunting too.
Love what I'm feeling and seeing! xx

lynne h said...

wow, kate... so fragile yet strong; so earthly yet ethereal. it's all here.

you know you always amaze me...

xoxo

Leovi said...

A very original and creative idea. Magnifico abstract language, very suggestive.

Uschi said...

how much worship for the "keeper and carrier" od all we have digested in a multisense...
It's beautiful!!

Knatolee said...

Wow! Amazingly beautiful.

sewa elf said...

Very nice, thanks for sharing.

wanda miller said...

Oh please...can you tell me where i can get a hold and purchase "gut"? i have asked so many people and searched the internet profusely! ANY info would be sooo appreciated. LOVE your work! my e-mail is: artwand@hotmail.com or you can even leave info on my blog, whatever is easiest: http://wandamarie.blogspot.com.
THANK YOU

Carole said...

VERY interesting and innovative work! These are beautiful. I have just become your newest follower after a long gander in your blog. When you have some time come visit mine, I'm on the other side of Canada!

kate said...

Wanda...just go to a butcher and ask for sausage casings! Simple as that.

Carol..thanks for your kind comments. I visited your blog and LOVE your house with rabbit fur circle.