Threads of Thought on creating with cloth and stitch
There you go again, overlapping transparencies - this one is poetry. that's a beautiful rock, all covered with lichen and moss, if pups could only climb. You've managed to capture the power and strength of the tree in your work...k.
It's wonderful! I rarely work in browns, but I find your piece so very appealing.....I think that you have a natural affinity for trees and rocks. All that nature is rubbing off on you! BTW, don't forget to remove the needle from the piece. I spotted it when I enlarged the photo. Heh, heh....
your piece would even be beautiful upside down. inside, i am a tree.
One side of our house is pure rock and yet the trees have grown up from it in most mysterious and magical ways. Your translation into art is beautiful.
Your work is always so beautifully composed and stitched.
Your tree is one I am longing to touch. I can practically feel the texture! mmmmmmmm.....
Wow - this is magical, Penny! I love those couched roots nestled together - and all of it!
Well, after seeing Jude's post about turning things upside down, perhaps I will try that, Deanna!Couching is sometimes the only way to go!
I love trees and your piece is precious.
Your cloth is awesome Penny. All of that wonderful stitching and cloth. How I would love to see this is the flesh.Shame you couldnt take that driftwood home...all weathered and worn (just a bit too large for the home).Jacky xox
Wow Penny. Your tree is amazing! I think I am a tree inside also. I've always loved them from the time I was a little girl.;~) Debi
You've captured the magic of trees very well with this...so much that I love about it.
I'm just catching up on blogs... this tree cloth is beautiful! And the lichen stitching.. wow. love it all. Thanks, and for your words of support on my blog.
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