it is the smallness of the figure, or the sense of scale that i love the most.
Hmmm...I think I carried this in my mind (or maybe my heart) because I just stitched a moon with a bit of gauze over the top of it. :)
i see her standing beneath a mountain, is that what you see grace? k.
yep, that small woman is perfect. her tree is small, too.
ha, i just saw a face between the raven's wings, has it just appeared or was it there before?
Hi Grace ~ recently a friend loaned me a back issue of 'selvedge' magazine to peruse...it has a very graphic (and for me, thought provoking) cover. When I popped in over here and viewed your new piece, well, it occurred to me you might enjoy seeing it. Found their website page...the image is tiny but is so graphic I think you'll be able to see it ok: http://www.selvedge.org/pages/backissues.aspxMuch communication (heard & unheard) happens between humans & birds, I think...
p.s. oops, it is Issue 22...lime green in the 3rd row.
grace, a circle of stone, i like how that sounds, very magical. i am sure it will be beautiful, it is so far. raven
grace, circle of stone, i like how that sounds, very magical. raven
Christi...thank you for the linkto Selvedge...it is a beautifulimage. this place being desertwith such vastness all aroundlends itself to things beingexperienced in an singular way.
Jude, yes...that is how it feelshere. the immensity of sky, thecircular horizon, clearly visibleno matter where i look..when "the world" is too much withme, all i need to do is look upand be comforted.
Deb g ...moon and gauze, thereis great affinity
velma, small conserves strength indesert places
kaite...i see what you mean butit depends on the light. it'snot really there.
hello, raven ~ when i came tothis acre of land, there was noteven one rock...large stone. therewas nothing but sand and in thatmonth of August, 3 kinds of weeds.none even a foot tall. slow butsure, like creating a story cloth,i added and added. there are manycircles of stone/rock now aroundthe various tree wells, gardenbeds, marking places where a singlenative grass has taken root. sometimes i have moved them andplaced them in other patterns wheni needed help, needed direction,needed to quiet myself inside theworld around and all its doings.
grace... good job!
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