Hi Grace - I see the grasses - the color looks perfect. They look very nice. I like the way you drape fabric for wind - it expresses wind so well. I also like the way it is sneaking out from inside of the circle. Wonderful.
It is very evocative of works past - very grace-full.
Hi,This is lovely ... and I can see the grasses! The whole piece is soft and has warmth but also so much depth.Really nice!Barbara
beautiful... you have found your voice, i do declare! the wind, the lizard, the face, the grasses. a sense of place, a sense of who you are....what you love.
wowww beautiful. every thing seems to be a part of the next thing. all growing and flowing from and into each other. i haven't read all the posts leading up to this one, so i haven't learned it's story yet. but it reminds me of the the earthy work from the 70's. i miss that. and i need to get caught up :)miss grace, i commented you back on earlier post 'ann arbor'... i'm always commenting in the wrong places. hahhahahha insper is the captcha...insper-ation
Yes. I think this is it too.So good to see the lizard in the 'enlarged' format. Skilfully done!
Oh Grace this has become a wonderful piece,I really like it.
Coming home, Welcome home, Home. Wind blows gently lifting the feather grasses for I shall think of the grass here as your sweet feather grass. The woman is serene, the lizard by her side, Home.Marti
martiAnon, yes. it's the feathergrass. and yes, home.
will you stitch the wind down?
jude..probably not. because itwill always be here. but it ismy mission to learn all the waysWind can be in cloth. weavingit in, stitching it in, threadweaving it in, whateverthat is, as i was typing brainsaid "threadweaving"?but a committment to Wind.
Susan, i LIKE your new photograph!!I need to work on wind threading,learn many ways. this way i love but is fragile. thank you ~
Kathy, yes but you can see, not just the "experience of one", butmore of the Whole...which is why i love this cloth making So
Anni, i am glad you like it. I like your work so much, so am glad that this pleases you. thank you
Karen, "skilfully done"...a HIGHcompliment coming from she who isSkill FULL...thank you!
nance ~ yes. what i love.
barbara, thank you so much, thegrasses, yes. the grasses.
and Michele ~ inspir, of course. and i DID get you on the Ann Arbor post. Those 70's...good good goodyears......worth bringing forward.
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