Thursdays with Tori: Angelfish

Hello friends!

It’s that time again! Tori has created another fabulous piece for RAnnDomized – but wait,  we need to keep this one on the down-lo since this work of art is Tori’s birthday gift to her dad.  But wait! Tori’s dad doesn’t know about this blog – and I really can’t wait to share this with you all so for those of you who know Mr. W,  hush up!

RAnnDomized presents: Angelfish

For those of you interested in the creation process,  Tori used a standard origami fold for the angelfish, using a square of white cotton fabric, rather than paper. She then ironed the material to make the creases and used acrylic paints (silver, black and pearlescent) to recreate the markings of a real angelfish. When it was completely dry, she glued a metallic blue wire between the folds that make up the tail, and coiled the rest of the wire to form the base. To give the piece stability and weight, she fabricated a pebble from air drying clay and pressed the coiled wire into it. When it was dry, she eased most of the coil free of the clay so it popped up in an interesting way. What do you think of the final piece? Personally, it reminds me of Dali – I love it almost as much as I love The Man!

Tori’s done a few pieces for me thus far – which is your favorite?


The Man


If you’d like Tori to do some work for you, head on over to her site by clicking here.


10 thoughts on “Thursdays with Tori: Angelfish

  1. Out of the 3 links I would say the man followed by hummingbird. But the new one would have to be my fav out of the whole group.

    On a side note, I’ve been missing my reading material. Do you think you can Help me out with that?

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