Monday, April 07, 2014

April is Great!

Fabric play in the studio. I love Fragments. They don't pretend to be anything other than what they are which in this case is simply an unattached piece of layered cloth. 

Fragments stitched, cut, stitched, painted, dyed, cut, and stitched again. 
Feels like an entrance to  . . . ?

The white cactus blooms, it turns out, belong to a family of 128 Echinopsis. Sometimes they're called
Sea Urchin due to the size and shape; very fitting for the variety I have. They're also
known as Easter Lily Cactus.  This bloom was
photographed against a painting that I'll share later.

3 comments:

ConnieND said...

I love the colors in the "Fragments stitched, cut, stitched, painted, dyed, cut, and stitched again.
Feels like an entrance to . . . ?"

Those are the colors I am using in my living room.

Connie Schwartz

Maria Avila said...

I have some cactus , but rarely they give flowers, maybe I don´t know how to care them. This one is great.

Penny said...

fragments are such fun, great for the start of un blocking creativity.