Heat Wave I called it.
Just here, sweating. Stitching.
Twenty minutes after 12:00 and all your art was sold😩very popular, sought after artist❤️👏🏻 I just wanted to add to what I have before you no longer decide to sell anymore. Do you take special orders? I know, probably not..but no harm asking 😊
Oh Helen, thank you as always for your kind words. I hope to be still kickin’ for a while… though I may switch my thought catching to paper. I thought my arthritis would keep me down but I seem to be ok for now. I may stop blogging at one point, just to limit screen time and save my eyes… but we’ll see. I don’t handle the stress of commitment when it comes to making. It just stops me from dreaming. Thank you for asking tho….❤️
The small sky gives me a big smile! It’s the first thing that jumped out at me. We lesser mortals would have stretched it out to make a traditional ho-hum landscape. You are a true artist 🙂
😎 just appreciating how it fell… and how it inspired new form.
Looking at this, I can feel the heat! Remembering melting during a summer in Nebraska… With the sides ghosted, it appears that the nine are reaching further, making the connection with the house and sky above stronger. Wishing you breezes.
It’s funny, I just got tired of the applique, how that brought new form.
I love the ghosting flames and everything else about this one. I feel the heat and moisture; the way you have transmogrified your living environment into a story in cloth.
It really grew from how it is…
I so love to see how your pieces evolve, and to hear your words about it.
it helps me understand change. to see the evolution…
Nice piece expressing the vulnerability of Home & Earth. The coolness above the sun hinting at the changing season. The drying out of the earth below. I love how you find hints of images in the fabric & use them to tell a story. Storytelling is so important for us women!
Our home on Earth is vulnerable. Yet the aliveness of the changing season with late blooming butterfly bush, hummingbirds & bumblebees & bird songs. We & nature remain resilient. Peace.
peace always, we are nature if we can get the right perspective…
There is something special about this one…
Yeah, what is it? Maybe it’s less about self, more about something bigger.
I think that is a big part of it for me. It’s more than just liking what you’ve made, or a story that I personally identify with. It is something that most of us are experiencing, that we need to be thinking about…
That top Candy Corn Sun is all ready for the warm days of Fall!
I felt a littl bit of October too.
Perfect name, Jude. Our Mother Earth is on fire…or under water…
Here, highs now in the 80s…thank goodness. Your textile art is a beautiful piece, a discussion piece!
I just felt a cool breeze.
Such a flip-flopped world; you have OUR weather 🤦♀️
Still pushing 90 here, and a bit humid ( almost always) but the nights are thankfully cooler ( it’s all relative) and there IS a teeny tiny of Fall…altho we are now at the peak of hurricane season, and WHAT!? “Lee” might make landfall in Maine/Nova Scotia!??
No stitching today…(but itching to!!) …still working in the studio.
The layers are fascinating. I especially like seeing the marshmallow-dyed four patch in the background.
Seems to be melting, which is quite appropriate
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