Friday, February 10, 2017

You Can't Step Into the Same River Twice: Majestic

This is new work,  a larger and modified version of the study I did for the SAQA trunk show late last year. I love the graphic look to it. Seems strong but calm.  And, it has my signature circles that are hand embroidered which you can see in the detail sketch. Majestic measures 23 x 38 inches.


This is a detail version so that you can see the stitching. Click on it to make it larger.


If you've been reading this, thank you. Leave a comment and let me know what you think.



5 comments:

Norma Schlager said...

Very nice. I like the stitching on the circles, too.

Gwyned Trefethen said...

I'm drawn to the contrast in this piece, between the green islands and pale river, your contained signature circles imprisoned by the stitching and the sense of flow surrounding the larger elements. Lovely.

Valerie Wilson said...

I love the feeling of flow in this piece. Very calming. The stitching on the circles makes me think of the top view of trees. A wonderful piece!

Deb Thuman said...

I like the title and the idea of progression. We don't go backwards - only forwards.

LA Paylor said...

great post title
keep moving... the river moves constantly moving.