Tuesday, March 16, 2010

WIP languishing

Sometimes things just stall.

I found a little scrap of fire in the bottom of the sewing bag while I was looking aimlessly for something else - anything else, to move this piece along. I'm still shuffling things around.

The triangle is real and the smaller bits are digital. I realize that I could move these pieces around forever. Too many possibilities will keep me from making progress every time. I'm seeing the circle of things shaping up again and it pleases me.

7 comments:

  1. A beacon... to light the way forwards! Very nice!

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  2. did it burn your fingers?

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  3. It looks very very swell here on my monitor :>]]
    Luv the fire.

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  4. I like it too! The fire does look like a beacon!

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  5. Right at the moment, (forgive me for this) it looks like a red nose. I like it very much anyway, but I like it better before.
    My 2 cents.
    Nancy, who bought your Grey Grid Series #2 and has it happily ensconced in my kitchen.

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  6. When you say that "the smaller bits are digital" does that mean that you are using photo shop to design the work itself? Far out.

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  7. I just found you blog! lovely - amazing- will stop by again!

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stitching here and thinking elsewhere

 This piece is evolving around the theme of secret messages. Evolving because I am winging every bit of it. Even the basted substrate clot...

Play it again Sam.