Sunday, November 7, 2010

what has come.

 

not an asteroid, but better....
a beautiful gifted hapazome on
silk...just so so completely
excellent...
THANK YOU, Kaite! and i STILL
wish you would offer your artistry
for Us to work with.....i think
anyone would gladly pay the shipping
costs...
This piece, i could never use in a
cloth...it is to treasure, but maybe
small experimental pieces?, that
you might think are not quite right?
tiny fragments maybe???????
but, thank you tho. just just perfect!
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18 comments:

deanna7trees said...

what a beautiful piece of cloth. you could do some stitching in the lower left hand quadrant and that wouldn't take away from its beauty, but with your talent would just enhance it.

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

deanna..thank you for the compliment, but oooo, no. this
is ALL just unto itself. i love
the little tag, too.

cristina said...

I am really meaning what
i say. My first thought was, "where can I
get one of those?"
Grace you do have to display it though,
right? Lucky you!

kaite said...

grace it's yours to do as you wish with, but you will have to mount/stitch it onto something so it can be hung somewhere, that's if you want to hang it of course. for now, just enjoy...k.

Penny Berens said...

A treasure indeed.

Anne Marie - Toronto said...

Very nice! Do you suppose the spirit of the flowers, remains in the cloth? Do you suppose that's what gives it an ethereal beauty?

deb g said...

Some fabrics are just meant to be held for awhile... Looks like you have one of those. :)

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

Anne Marie...i will have to try to
take a better photo of it, so
that all the subtlties are there...
the quality of the silk, it has
very fine lines...it's really an
amazing process

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

cristina...i guess we are left to
create for ourselves...
India Flint's book tells how to
do hapazome and as i just went to
look at that section, i thought
that holly hocks would probably
work really well?
but the process to me is still a
little conflicted...
i might hang it and i might keep
it a while at least in my Cloth
Book...my notebook, which is getting to be like a museum of
sorts...

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

DebG, yes, this is one of those...

Marti said...

Treasure indeed from around the world. Beauty in the cloth, beauty in the sharing, beauty in that we all can see, Kaite's magic touch with hapa zome.

Gracie said...

Grace- thanks so much, I am so happy to learn about happazome.

Martine said...

Is this a viola?
Oh what a beauty..................
Grace you'r such a lucky girl!
XXXm

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

Martine, i am, i am! i don't know.
she did not say the flower...
KAITE?????

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

Gracie of London, Ont....
happy, then. i cannot imagine
self pounding a flower yet.

Storycloth said...

So lovely to hear of your joys grace. Gilly

kaite said...

grace, pansies and violets, but mainly pansies...kaite
http://kaiteyarngarden.blogspot.com

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