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Saturday, 25 June 2011

Sketching Stitches

This week I'm working in my sketch book.
I'm experimenting and developing my composition, looking closely at how I relate to my landscapes, how do they make me feel and how can I become a part of them?
I have finished my last piece for the exhibition which is a great relief and now I have some time to tidy my mass of jumbled threads!

12 comments:

Unusual Girl Studios said...

Its beautiful, Kayla:)

ted and bunny said...

you must be both elated and relieved that you've hit your deadline, and now have time to recoup and re-gather!

I so love the colours that you use- I feel it's colour that attracts us first, I know when I'm buying to re-sell I always think that if the colour is "right" then the item is right.

Enjoy today
xx

Rachel said...

Always such a relief to hit a deadline - well done!

WeirdWood said...

Wow that's really clever....don't think I've seen anything like this before :)

artymess said...

Beautiful colours cool yet summery ........lovely ...x

MulticoloredPieces said...

I just happened upon your blog and your textile work/play is sumptuous. Love the colors and the designs. I look forward to following your adventures in embroidery.
best, nadia

cardinal arts said...

congrats on finishing your last piece for the show! must be an amazing feeling

Tammie Lee said...

I love the movement and color of your landscape realm!

acornmoon said...

It must feel very liberating to be at this stage after all your hard work. Well done.

Heather said...

Your exhibition is bound to create a lot of interest - hope you aren't too exhausted. Love this drawing - those graceful, sinuous lines of tree trunks and branches are so beautiful. Gorgeous colours too.

underatopazsky said...

That's a lovely interwoven cradle of branches around the internal space. Will your sketchbooks be part of the exhibition too?

Kayla coo said...

Thanks for all your kind comments.
Yes I will have some of my sketch books on display.x