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Sunday, 20 February 2011

Tears In The Forest

I'm still here amongst my piles of threads, busy stitching my dreams and memories.
Here is a sketch that I'm working on at the moment and this is leading to many other ideas in my sketch book.
I have the half term break this week so it's a good opportunity for me to catch up with my blog reading and to really focus on my work.
There is always so much to do!

20 comments:

Rachel said...

This looks like a walk in a wildwood - very dramatic and mysterious!

Inge said...

I do really love your work - and these colours are gorgeous. It is always a pleasure to visit your blog.

Valerianna said...

Good to hear from you! Happy stitching, when is your show???

Inge said...

I love the setting and the colours. I have the feeling to be drawn into the picture. You a very gifted artist..

Kayla coo said...

Hello Rachel,Inge and Valerianna
Thank you for stopping by.
Valerinna the show starts the beginning of December but I need this time for the very large pieces I'm working on.
M x

Heloise said...

Wonderful sketch. Happy sewing.

Els said...

What a beautiful drawing: I would love to walk down that lane ;-)

Twiglet said...

I love the colours in this picture Michala and how it leads lead right into the middle of the scene.

Sharne's Bit 'n' Bobs said...

Lovely colours and stitching but I would not want to walk in that forest, it has an eerie feel to it to me.

The Adventurous Art Teacher said...

Looks great! I'm on break this week too, can't wait to work on a few new projects. Enjoy your time off I know I will.

Karen

Swan Artworks said...

Hi Kayla,
I've just discovered you and so glad that I did! Beautiful stitchwork, I love your designs and especially the colours in this sketch.
Carrie... :)

acornmoon said...

Hope you get lots done in half term but take some time to relax and smell the hyancinths. x

Melody said...

Gorgeous colours Michala.....can't wait for spring

Heather said...

This will make a stunning piece and I love the colours. It makes me think of ancient tracks and drovers roads on the edge of woods.

Elizabeth said...

I love this - as I do all your work! This looks so mysterious - I'm thinking of The Wind in The Willows and the Wildwood.
Can't wait to see the final work!

karen said...

it's so long since I visited!! sorry!! like you say, where does the time go?? Hope things are going well with your exhibition plans!!

Julia said...

I like the mystery of this piece, the colours too. Glad you are finding time to keep busy, here is the opposite and a very active 3 year old is keeping me away from my work!! Ah well...always lovely to see what everyone else has been up to for inspiration!

Much love
Julia x

Martine said...

Happy stithing, i long to see this work in thread.
XXXm

Rosa Phoenix said...

Your blog and your art are delightful! I have nominated you for a blog award. For details, please visit: http://rosaphoenix.blogspot.com/2011/02/stylish-blog-award.html
Congrats and keep up the great work!

Shelley Whiting said...

Love the bright colors and your wild loose style. Fabulous!