Nature Morte – rethinking still life – some installation images

Here are a few images of the installation at Pitfield London of my exhibition. There are a lot more to come, I’m still processing them, as there are so many great images, feeling a bit overwhelmed by them at the moment and can’t decided which ones to use.

These should give you a flavour of the exhibition and I’ll be doing more detailed posts in the coming weeks.

I’m very pleased with how they worked out, there’s something very intimate about them. They create a very distinct feeling, as the brass is so reflective they change as you move past them.

I love the way the catch the light and change colour depending what is being reflected in them.

I’d love to know what you think and to see you at the event on 5 June (more details here). I must admit I’m still processing the works and how I feel about them.

I’ve been thinking about working in metal for so long that I’m still quite amazed I managed it and I can’t quite believe they are mine.

Anyway that’s enough from me for now.

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  1. allison jones
    allison jones06-04-2014

    Hello Claire- I came across your work on The Jealous Curator & WOW….very inspiring. Funny synchronicity- I have spent the day languishing in bed reading about mexican folk art paper cutting- Papel Picado & then your work appears on the internet! Good luck with your show & thank you very muh for the inspiration today!

    Kindly;

    ~allison Jones

    • clairebrewster
      clairebrewster06-04-2014

      Hi Allison

      Thank you so much for your kind comments. I love the Mexican Papel Picado, so joyful and colourful. Claire

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