Sunday, 26 June 2016

AIR


how her hair moves with the light shining thru

how thru light stitches become lines, how the many armed goddess needs more lines to express this, how she is more than can be seen, how limited my talents as her creator, how we have to deal with that, how prints offer definition, how two circles lead to thoughts of a mate, how they must somehow become united, how one thing leads to another, how the title is now 'my world' 

6 comments:

Dee Mallon said...

"how two circles lead to thoughts of a mate" - yes! can't wait to see how you tie them/stitch them together. so many stitches there -- it's really something to behold. just wow.

Saskia van Herwaarden said...

so many stitches indeed, I sometimes think I should start counting, haha; I always love how clarity of vision on how to forge ahead literally becomes apparent after (scary) alterations such as this print have been executed

Mo Crow said...

love the shimmer of contrast in the white stitches

Saskia van Herwaarden said...

makes it all move, Mo

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

more and more magnificant....the translucence, how the lines call to
one another...it's brilliant and Excellent and i love it
Very Much

Saskia van Herwaarden said...

it's growing on me too Grace