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Friday, 10 July 2009

From Paint To Threads

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I have been working from my sketch book again this week.

You can see how my threads become my sketches or is it my sketches become my threads?
My work can alter as I move between the two mediums.
I may still add more stitches to this piece.
Tomorrow I am helping to set up the A'level and community artist's work for our annual art exhibition.
So this may be used in the display.
It's count down to the end of the school term and it's going to be a busy week.
I hope I will be able to share some of the exhibition work with you.
Hope you have a great weekend.

22 comments:

WestCountryBuddha said...

Dont' get too exhausted! Hope it all goes well and the exhibition is a great success.

Love the new tree - sketch book and felted one.

The Weaver of Grass said...

Kayla - I can see both of these as wonderful magical pictures in a childrens' book - love the colours and the mystery.,

Bluebell said...

Both are lovely

mimilove forever said...

oooo!!!!! I love these 2 pieces soo much, depth movement colour texture...heaven! x:)
(Have fun week!)

Jane said...

You interpret the painting beautifully.

acornmoon said...

Your sketchbook is a work of art, it should be kept in a very special box to keep it safe.

Annica said...

Love both of them! Good luck with the exhibition!

shellysquilts said...

Amazing, I love what you do with color! Well done!

Gunnels blog said...

This is great! Good luck with the exhibiton !!!

Carol said...

It's looking very pretty. I love the color combinations.

cocoa and blankets said...

I am counting the days too, two samll production exams on wednesday and then two days to go....hurray...I think I will crumple in a heap want to join me ? as always I love your work and this one is beautiful, in both mediums...love and hugs H

Emmy said...

thanks for the nice comment on my blog I love your work

Julia said...

You are wonderfully talented, your sketch book itself is a work of art - I wish you well with the exhibition and look forward to seeing your photographs.

Love Julia xxx

edward and lilly said...

This is soooooo beautiful!

'fancypicnic' said...

To repeat myself - how wonderful are these!! I just love the way that you interpret your sketches. Beautiful.

Enjoy the exhi - and the school break. Sounds like it's the end of an era? I've got 2 years before my eldest moves on - and I'm already dreading it!! xxx

*~Niki~* said...

This is so beautiful! Niki xx

silverpebble said...

Beautiful work - I so love your choice of colours and to see the transition from painting to stitchery. Emma x

Art4Sol said...

You are so talented in both mediums...wonderful...I always love seeing the 2 side by side.

Jackie said...

Thats really beautiful. You should do more 'non brooches' . They are lovely works of art.

Victoria said...

Beautiful. Both have so much life and energy to them! Best wishes for your exhibition!

Kim said...

How cool is that? They are both so very beautiful!

Debbi Baker said...

Hello! This is my first time visiting your beautiful beautiful blog and I just had to tell you that I love your header (I have to keep looking at it!) and the thread tree picture is stunning - I can feel the movement all the way over here (In Australia)! I've subscribed to make sure I don't lose you.