This was one of those happy instances when you create something almost by accident.
Working on some raised beds in the garden I had a number of metal angle brackets. On picking them up they were already grouped into a sort of v-shape which was visually interesting.
I therefore played around with the possible formations and quickly came up with a structure of v-shapes surrounded by a border made up of four brackets.
My friend, Jackie who does all my photographs and print making, had given me a small box frame which was the exact size to fit the work, I then finished the structure by adding a front border made up of staples.
Finally I coloured the upper showing edges with felt marker pens which gave it a translucent quality complementing the metal structure.
The work is heavy for it’s size giving it an air of substance.
I feel that this method and material offers much potential and possibly on a larger scale with a mix of metal raw materials.