a knotted nest for a chain of hearts

Posted: June 12, 2013 by Mo Crow in knots and nests
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Bronwyn-Chain-of-HeartsI made this tiny knotted nest out of hemp string for our wonderful artist friend Bronwyn Berman, shades of the 70’s!!! (click on the photo is true to scale)

Comments
  1. margaret johnson says:

    Gorgeous Mo, love the little nest of hearts, and love those weathered boards. What a beautiful gift, lucky Bronwyn, and yes her work is stunning. Thankyou for the lovely pic of Rod and Old Man Bones. Makes that song even more special seeing that pic. OMB sure does have bright headlights!! Seeya, ox

  2. deanna7trees says:

    love it. that shadow is marvelous.

    • Mo Crow says:

      took twenty photos & that was the last one when the light was finally “right”, love having a digital camera I used to waste a lot of film with one good image per roll if I was lucky!

  3. deedeemallon says:

    oooh lah! and that beautifully peeling clapboard! is this part of where you live?

    DOES have that 70’s plant-hangar feel, doesn’t it? But in a good way. In a “Mo Crow” kind of way!

    • Mo Crow says:

      oh yes we live in a very old terrace house built in the 1880’s, she is like an old lady who needs help keeping up appearances. The last time she had any major work done would have been in the late 70’s, think rough archways, yellow glass, exposed brick walls. When we moved in we had to do a lot of work on the bathroom (that wall in the photo) replace bits of the ceilings and the back 2 story wall is like a water feature every time it rains. We look after her the best we can and x fingers the landlady will hang onto her for a good while longer, she is one of the last ungentrified homes in this area.

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