Fish Bones flew in from The Pale Rook

Posted: October 16, 2015 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time, magic
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Fish Bones by The Pale RookFish Bones by Johanna aka The Pale Rook flew in all the way from Scotland
Fish-Bones-1meeting Bronwyn Berman‘s Pod, A Barrel of Fun, Toad Moon and 2 Fish by Greg Chernside
Fish-Bones-at-the-x-roads happy at the X-roads by Grace of Windthread

Comments
  1. Beautiful stuff, here. I just keep staring at that last photo…

    • Mo Crow says:

      Grace’s X-roads cloth is magic, in the centre of the cloth the echidna spines and stone from the Ganges River in India are gifts from my sculptor friend Bronwyn’s visit to India in January this year (the blue glass bead like an eye is just for fun).

  2. I haven’t been visiting many blogs for just over 3 months now . . . I’m so glad I did today. Johanna and Grace are among my favourite artists. I’ll pay them a visit too while I drink my morning coffee.

  3. Carol says:

    You have a Pale Rook fish! Oh my goodness! Perfect to add to your collection of wonderful things. And that last photo is glorious.

  4. coloremartine says:

    Such interesting and beautiful art……….all of it!

  5. ravenandsparrow says:

    The last picture looks like an altar dedicated to the interconnections that bind us all. Its very beautiful.

  6. WONDERFUL images…..and using Grace’s cloth as a backdrop too. Perfect.

  7. margaret johnson says:

    All gorgeous. ox

  8. breathless. …..look. i look at this…something i made in the Company of how you SEE and
    it leaves me breathless…

  9. jude says:

    nice collaboration

  10. Nancy says:

    Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful! And those two wooden fish…I have a similar one, which belonged to my mama, my whole life. Mine moves too and has been one of my treasures from her! Love seeing yours as I’ve never seen another one!

    • Mo Crow says:

      they were the perfect Piscean birthday present from one of my favourite gardening customers, we have been working for her since 1993, she spoils us rotten!

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