Sunday, April 4, 2010

Transformation 42, coming along

This is what I have so far for the next piece in the transformation series.  It still needs some tweaks here and there, but I think this is close to its final form.  I'm hoping to do one more before sending the photos off to the client who requested them.  (More about my commission conundrum here, if you're not familiar.)

Let me know if you any advice about the tweaking, please, if you don't mind.  In the meantime, have a wonderful weekend and holiday!


  1. I think this piece is beautiful. Your customer should be over the moon with it.

  2. Lovely and strong...and so very you...hopefully anyone commissioning your work is familiar with, and in love with, your style...gorgeous.

  3. just popped over to comment on your comment ;-)
    the turtles are in my back yard....I left you a little bit more over at 'Art Life'
    Have a grand day!!

  4. I agree with all the above! wouldn't change a thing - the color combo, textures and beautiful leaf skeleton prints(!) all sing! and I think it would look lovely with the other two, too!

  5. Yes i also agree with the above. It's beautiful! I love the thin white lines on the front leave a lot. The colors are great. I think the customer most be more than contented. Sweet greetz and succes!

  6. I seem to have developed tendonitis or some kind of over use injury in my left wrist and hand...making typing painful for I might not be blogging as much for a while... this includes commenting on your amazingly inspiring blog-and this is soooooo hard for me. (this is kind of a form message I've typed and am copying and pasting at all my favorite blog hangouts. Sorry it must seem completely random in relation to your post) I can still read your posts- I will be present to you in a quiet way-reading and viewing your words and images, and leaving a simple ☺
    to let you know I have dropped by and am thinking about you.

    Gentle steps,


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