Sunday, November 29, 2009

Day 27 - Rice Impression

Detail added to bronze Gong Khao (Rice Box)
Detail added to bronze Gong Khao (Rice Box)

Inside detail added to Gong Khao (Rice Box)
Inside detail added to Gong Khao (Rice Box)

Detail of rice pattern
Detail of rice pattern

I've found a way to "imprint" the rice onto the inside of the bronze rice box. If you look at the earlier post of this image on "Day 10", it is smooth and shiny inside.

Cheers
Wendy

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

i am most intrigued by your glass and bronze versions of the sticky rice boxes-i love everyday objects beautified and appreciated by artists

Lise STAFF

Wendy Grace Allen (nee Dawson) - Border Crossing Art Project Curator and Artist said...

There is intrinsic beauty in everyday objects that we often overlook. Here I want to celebrate an everyday object that's handmade and used in North East Thailand and Laos, and help us to view it in a unique way.

Wendy Grace Allen (nee Dawson) - Border Crossing Art Project Curator and Artist said...

Thanks for your comment Lise ;)