Just made a gallery in the title bar next to the home button
where you can see the side lines that happen in between the crow drawings
Just click on the links for
Last Century
The Bandaged Hearts
crow sketch-by-Mo-2012 webCrow Sketch Mo 2012

  1. Robyn says:

    Thanks so much Mo. I’ve just spent quite a while browsing and loved the Imagine Gallery link.

    • Mo Crow says:

      John Foley of Imagine Gallery is the best gallery owner in the world! I love all the art & artists he shares with his sensitive descriptions of each of the shows on his blog, one of my best dreams is to visit one day!

  2. Judy Martin says:

    A very valuable resource that you have created. I’m sure it took a lot of time, but well worth it. Congratulations.

    • Mo Crow says:

      It’s interesting to see what is evolving with this reconnection to stitching & thread after a hiatus of 30 years, it only took a few hours yesterday morning of virtual housekeeping here in the blog whilst dreaming up the next crow drawing.

  3. Carol says:

    Thanks, Mo, I often find myself browsing around your blog and this is a good tool to have. I hadn’t seen the hearts before – always wonder how I could have missed anything you’ve made – so pleased now that I’ve found them.

  4. Karen says:

    It is all pretty amazing- all of it!!! Your stitching is so fine and delicate-lovely!

  5. perlhuhn52 says:

    O, so good to see it all together. Wow!

  6. Marti says:

    Mo, I have just spent a fascinating time wandering in and out and back again through all of your galleries. The breadth of your work is amazing, each gallery held me in some way or another but in 2013, The Memory Keeper, stopped me in my tracks. Exquisitely made, the colors called to me from a deep place, the fringe with all that you added to it, spoke to me saying, ” you understand this sacred gift” and I do. Powerful work here Mo. Thank you for arranging these galleries, I will come back again and again and each time, I know that a connection will be made and to me, that is why art matters.

    • Mo Crow says:

      The Memory Keeper was for Maggie in memory of her good man Lindsay, it was on our last visit to the hospice when I saw the comforter she was knitting for him in his last few weeks on this mortal coil I knew the Memory Keeper was for her, the colours matched.

      • Marti says:

        Yes I know the story behind The Memory Keeper thanks to your links underneath the photos Mo. Very touching and loving.

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