28.6.10

Do you ever feel like you don't want to do another post because you're loving your previous one so much? That's how I feel right now, I completely adore the outfit I wore yesterday, I just don't want to cover it up! Hehe. Anyway, I get my college results on Wednesday, so I think now is the perfect time to show you my final piece. I hope you aren't disappointed after the somewhat large build up! I'm ridiculously proud of what I have achieved, I can't wait to hang it up in my bedroom and continue adding more elements to it over the Summer. The colours are slightly more light and airy than in real life, because of the way it's been edited, but I just think that adds to the effect. Enjoy!



I'd love to hear your thoughts and opinions on my work, and if you have any questions I'd really love to answer them! Love, Jazzabelle. P.S. Please click here for more information on my artwork.

34 comments

  1. I cannot express how much I love this piece; you know how I’ve always said I was looking forward to seeing it.
    I think you really captured something special. I love nostalgia, and this really does represent your take on it perfectly. This will look totally amazing on your wall! It is so very personal to you, and is very you indeed. You should be very proud :)x

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  2. Wow. This is amazing, Jazzabelle!

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  3. Utterly beautiful. Really, your work is something to be immensely proud of. The way you've matched the colours is perfect and the addition of pearls is delightful. How on earth could I be disappointed by this beauty, I only wish I could have seen it in the flesh! Te he you deserve a massive internet high five :)

    How has the weather been treating you? It was apparently 31 degrees yesterday, hottest day! I thought I was going to suffocate! And the sun! Gosh, seriously a sunburn does not look good with a prom dress :(

    xxx

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  4. This is lovely! I can tell you've been to the V&S quilts exhibition (: Well done sweety!

    http://itscohen.blogspot.com/

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  5. Oh my goodness I love this so much, its beautiful! I love the idea of the rose wilting over the course of the exhibit. Wonderful. Wish I could create something this lovely.

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  6. Thankyou for your last comment, it really made me smile :)
    I've had lots of starbucks reccomendations I need to save up my pennies to try them all, tehe. Maybe I could become a coffee critic! :D tehe.

    I cannot begin to decribe how beautiful this is! I am really impressed! Most of my artwork ends up stuffed under my bed, it's great that you've made something you can display with pride :)
    It's inspired me to get going with my own art work, seeing as I've spent the whole day on blogger in an attempt to avoid it...

    TTFN :) x x x

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  7. This is amazing. So beautiful. I'd love to understand art to be able to express what I feel (and if english was my first language maybe it would help). I really don't know how to describe my feelings, but this is so beautiful. So delicate and.. beautiful. I suck at this, I know, but I don't have more words to tell you how much I love this. I'd love to hang this in my bedroom. Good luck on your results! xx

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  8. I came across your blog through Jill's, and I'm glad I did!
    This is a really beautiful piece. It reminds me slightly of an art porject I had to doinspired by Kurt Schwitters - I ended up using old family photos, letters and stamps too! But mine ended in a small bodice covered in a collage of monochrome photos.
    I love the nostalgiac feel of your piece, and you can both appreciate the inspiration points while seeing that it is totally your own creation.
    I like the blance with the rose and small bottles, it makes it look like one is observing a staged scene, rather than just a final piece.

    I'm working on my art final piece at the moment too (still in year ten, so it's not the really important one yet) based on identity, and I've enjoyed it so much!

    http://clothescamerasandcoffee.blogspot.com/

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  9. This is so wonderful! As soon as I saw it I smiled, so beautiful and quite moving. You are a very talented girl.

    I love the comments you leave on my blog, they are always so sweet and funny! Thank you! <3

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  10. I love your work, it's really lovely. I wish you the best of luck with your grades.
    Yes actually, I sometimes do that ha x

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  11. Love this. Love, love, love it. The book about grammar? J'adore! It looks utterly stunning and I want it on MY wall! Talented lady. x

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  12. first thing i thought was that it looks like this person has put a lot of though and consideration into it all, including the display and colour palette, i works really well. noice!

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  13. I really love it! The rose on the book is such a nice touch!

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  14. That's such a beautiful piece and I love the written explanation to it as well. V talented girl. xx
    http://www.weshopthereforeweare.co.uk/

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  15. Te he, thank you for your comment, they're always so delightful! And our internet high fives are really quite virtually epic :)

    You lucky thing! I've never tanned in my life except for a little bit on my foot, I just end up looking like a lobsters relative, which is not pleasant. I have to stick to paler colours mostly, because my skin and eyes just get washed out by anything brighter. Your outfit yesterday was gorgeous, the colours really suit you. He he, my proms tomorrow :)

    You so are going to pass, te he I'll have my toes crossed for extra assurance! That would be very cool, are you at the penrhyn road campus or the central one? Though you probably spot me at the point at which I do an epic face plant :)

    xx

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  16. Hahah i understand what you mean! If i love my post, i try to wait a while before a new one :)
    and WHAT A BEAUTIFUL PIECE! Its so gorgeous!

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  17. There was no need to worry about covering up your last lovely post, this one is so beautiful, I really love your work. Good luck with the results, Im desperate to find out the results for my degree, but I've no idea when the little letter is going to arrive on the matt.
    x

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  18. Amazing! Such a lovely atmosphere. No worries about covering up your nice outfit, this post is just as good!

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  19. This is absolutely amazing! So pretty to look at as well as having so much thought and meaning behind it.

    Lydia xxx

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  20. This is sooo beautiful! I love how the rose brings out and highlights the colour in the textiles piece too. Its amazing, you're right to be proud of it! :D

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  22. amazing shots :D
    love the blog!
    great posts
    stop by some time xx

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  23. Te he, I'm currently in the process of doing one right now :)
    My school is just up Richmond Road! Though closer to Ham than Kingston. Hopefully you don't go in early enough to see the maddened rush of Tiffin Girls running for the bus at 8, me included.
    Funny thing is today, I think I might have spotted you, I was at the crossing and you were just passing the Thai restaurant, and I had to tell myself 'eve seriously running like a loon is never a good first impression' hehe.
    Ahh I'm always in the High street starbucks, next to uniqlo, but if you go to the Bentals one, have you ever been into Pie, just across from it? Such lovely clothes, but so expensive!

    xxx

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  24. You really are a mega-talented lady. I wish you every bit of success and luck with your artistic endeavours (not that you need luck).
    Vix
    xxx

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  25. This is so beautiful! Well done :)
    Also, Its a bit late but thank you so much for the lovely comment you left about my photography a few days ago!
    x

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  26. These look wonderful my darling, you talented little squirrel you :) I love the way you've used textile techniques (or so it seems) here, I can definitely see where you draw inspiration from (V&A obsessed much?! :P)

    Claire @ Jazzpad

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  27. This is absolutely fantastic! The set-up is perfect. I could look at it for ages. I'm sure you'll achieve a great result! I can't remember if you've mentioned it previously (apologies if you have), but will you be documenting the flower as it wilts?

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  28. love it, even more knowing you were inspired by the V&A quilts exhibition, i love quilts and i'm learning how to make them. You are very talented wish you the best ;)

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  29. Congrats on such a beautiful piece. Wishing you all the best xxx

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  30. Ok NOW i understand why you were inspired by the quilt exhib!
    This is so beautiful! Such a lovely and maature final piece for a ND student, congrats. Im sure they'd sell very well if you made more and sold them!

    Love it, i'd love to own one xxx

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  31. beautiful, I love all the different elements to this piece and how the image become 'real-life' with the rose and dictionary =)


    Hannah xx

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  32. Ok so I'm literally about a year too late for this one but I had to comment to say how beautiful this piece is.
    Found it via your latest post and am in awe 2bh. Absoloutely stunning, and very emotive which is such a talent to have. I'd be happy to have something like this on my wall...more than happy, I'd be thrilled!

    Danni
    xxx

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  33. Amazing final piece! :D such a brilliant concept :) xx

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