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  1. Sheila, AccessArt
    April 27, 2015 @ 11:28 am

    Andrea, what a wonderful post – thank you so much for sharing your unique and experimental approach to exploring and juxtaposing materials to create such mesmerizing and curiosity provoking objects. Fabulously rich!

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    • Andrea Butler
      April 27, 2015 @ 4:22 pm

      Thank you Sheila for such a lovely comment. The Transformation Project is a very exciting concept and has provided me with lots of inspiration for experimentation!

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  2. Sheila, AccessArt
    April 27, 2015 @ 8:46 pm

    The objects have a feeling about them of being excavated: of having always existed – of being part something or of purpose.

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    • Andrea Butler
      April 28, 2015 @ 2:03 pm

      Yes, when the pieces had dried, they reminded me very much of found fragments, remnants of something (or someone! – one or two are quite skeletal). The paper makes them feel quite crispy and desiccated, like preserved specimens and they feel very fragile so instinctively, you handle them carefully. I was wondering whether the same effect would be created if I dipped with another colour of paper – like black….might try it.

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