Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Winter Wonderland

Hawthorn Frost
We had the most amazing frosts last week and these few pictures are from our garden.
I wished I had been able to walk through Abbey Fields our local park, as the trees were exceptionally beautiful, a Winter wonderland which I could only glimpse at on my way to work.
Trees covered in frozen tears, sparkling like diamonds against the bluest sky I had ever seen.

I have many stitched pieces I am working on and I am holding back in showing you as I want some surprises for my exhibition next year.
Next week I am going to The Herbert Art Gallery to record a pod cast interview about my work which at some point I hope to share with you here.
I must now get back to my stitching , have a good week and wrap up warm as that cold weather is on it's way back!
Michala x


Zdolność-tworzenia said...

Piękny zimowy świat.

Valerianna said...

Beautiful - all....

Sharne Gregory said...

Lovely frosty pictures, I dread the snow coming back, my car is not made for icy driving.
That frosty brooch is stunning too!

dls said...

This is just beautiful work...... looking forward to seeing your photos of your exhibit.... hope you will post them when the time comes.

Love the photos of the frost.... what is a Hawthorn frost?

ted and bunny said...

I think the frosts this year have been more breathtaking than the snow- here, the larger trees have looked more spectacular than I've ever seen them.
Beautiful that the feel and sights will live on in your embroideries.

Anonymous said...

Hoar frost is a magical sight, isn't it - just as long as you're wrapped up warm enough!

cardinal arts said...

nice to hear from you! was wondering how your stitching was going......but didn't want to disturb
lovely photos of the frost - and your stitched piece has so much movement in it - love the colours too

Heloise said...


Twiglet said...

I love that little frosty stitched picture. Keep cosy and safe!

Michala Gyetvai (Kayla coo) said...

Thanks for your kind comments.
I think it should be a Hoar Frost, not sure where I got Hawthorn from!
M x

JP said...

the brooch is soooooooooooooooo beautiful

Anonymous said...

Michaela, you are so gifted. I love your winter wonderland trees...I wish you good luck for your interview. Have a nice time, Inge

Unknown said...

Love your Winter wonderland