This mobile, made in sapele and ash, is from the Ilkley Moor series and was inspired by the bright chinks of light in the dry stone walls. Size: 66cm h x 42cm w

 

The title comes from a poem:

 

'…It is the iridescence of light Skewed into a misshapen triangle between lumps of stone…'

 

The pieces in the Ilkley Moor series were made for the Art Trail in 2019, and this is the last remaining mobile. A group of artists formed the Moorland Collective and exhibited a range of work. 

Iridescence Of Light - Juliet Gutch

£300.00Price
  • Juliet Gutch

    I make mobiles, often in partnership with my husband who works in education. The central theme of our work is balance. The world is held in a state of equilibrium which has led to perfect conditions for life. It is only now that the natural world is at risk that society is coming to appreciate how fragile that balance is and how hard it is to recover it once lost.

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    Each part of a mobile is integral to the balance of the whole and this underpins our ideas of community, equality and creativity. Mobiles are also unpredictable which makes them engaging as well as calming and they also have the potential to perform a therapeutic function.

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    E: julietgutch@btinternet.com

    W: https://julietandjamiegutch.com/

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