This is beautiful Sharmon! I could have sworn I left a comment on your last post--it's not there, but I wanted to tell you I like the other side as well :-)Deborah
Thanks so much, Deborah! The left side wasn't finished yet, but will be soon and then I'll finally put it all together.
so gorgeous, sharmon - everything! but i especially love that stitching... xoxo
vraiment un travail magnifique! j'aime!
I LOVE this!! So amazing and organic (I know that word is overused but in this case, well... :)and gorgeous. Your work continues to evolve in such an incredible way - I'm happy for you!xo
Patti, I think organic is a great word; thanks for the wonderfully kind compliment!
This piece seems to be growing...I mean literally, like in a garden. It's got that kind of energy. Love all the textures, layers, tones that make up a visually engaging composition. And on the other side, I love how those cookie-cutter figures disappear along a line of perspective; and how one of them has a petunia for a delicate skirt. Fun!
I like the stitching too, there's a movement to this piece that carries you 'roundxoxo Kim
this is a wonderful combination of so many different kinds of vintage and rice and found papers.. very nice!
This page has a lovely freshness and a sense of the liveliness of nature. Just beautiful! The more I study it, the more I like it.Have a lovely week!Gaby xo
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