Monday, February 1, 2010

Not only the story...

The population is growing too.















This is going to be a huge piece. The idea is to continue working on it and adding stories and details.


















I think this is the way my mind works. Sometimes I would like to work in one direction but my imagination takes me to another trip than the one I planned. This happened with this story...

20 comments:

  1. Hermoso Sara! Me encantan los colores!

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  2. my mind is like this too, ideas are just the beginning of a journey.
    What I can see here makes me lean forward to see what is to come. I really enjoy your art, tremendously!

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  3. This is gong to be lovely Sara. I've adde the new blog to my RSS feeds - I don't want to miss a single instalment!

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  4. I didn't realise you had started a new blog and hope I haven't missed too many delightful things. This is going to be a marvellous piece of work. The people and the fish pillow on your earlier post remind me of Medieval illustrations - I love them and look forward to seeing what happens next. So glad you are feeling better - vertigo is horrid.

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  5. Looks like the island is becoming a part of a much larger community...love the ever growing population.

    Jacky xox

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  6. Lovely new blog and what an interesting new work you have started. I will be following it now and then.
    Glad you had a lovely time in Wales.
    At the moment we are snowed in here in Sweden. But it gives me time to do some embroidery.

    Love from Pian

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  7. thank you all. I am going to visit my daughter for a week so please be patient with the development of the piece!

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  8. So glad I found your lovely blog (via Jude). I like the idea of a story cloth growing.

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  9. nice to meet you, kaye, i also visited your blog and like very much your work.

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  10. I adore seeing your process and progress!
    Hugs
    Ulla

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  11. don't you love that the 'you' that steers a car is not the 'you' that steers your art work? love the figures!

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  12. this is so unbelievably beautiful, it is as magical as childhood, I love it so much!

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  13. Hi,
    I’ve nominated you as one of my sunshine bloggers so please accept this sunshine blog award for positivity and creativity :)

    You can find out more from my blog post: http://fabthreads.blogspot.com/2010/02/sunshine-award.html

    Hugs,
    Annica

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  14. Je suis très heureuse de retrouver ton univers ici.

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  15. It's a stunning piece. I love the whimsy in your work.

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  16. Hello, what a fabulous blog! I love these little people and seeing what they're up to.

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  17. thank you all for your lovely comments. as soon as I'm back home I will continue with this piece!

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