Paint it Black
each tendril carefully painted with Art Spectrum pigmented black ink whilst listening to the Rolling Stones from half a century ago
not unlike hieroglyphs
looking for a Rosetta Stone
Have I mentioned lately that you are one crazy artist!😁
Yikes, my slip is showing!
It’s looking like stitch already
it’s saying something
lovely Mo! I am watching my passion-fruit and the sweet peas tendrils doing their stuff every day! its so amazing to catch a glimpse into that wonderful part of nature
and you have that fabulous grape vine arbour, look forward to catching up very soon Dotti!
Ahhh! I have a sack full of these grapevine tendrils! Very nice!
they are such lively little things!
The tendrils speak to me!
Very sensitive and beautiful…………….
they are turning into hopeful things with feathers!
like an ancient script
just marking time ’til the 100 crow books are printed (x fingers next week) for the hand colouring & stitching in the talisman bookmarks, everything is on track with only three months to go!
loving these natural shapes that look like language.
listening and learning the nuances of each tendril…
Stunning in black! ((((Mo))))
would never have thought of doing this, it is great (and i might just try it)
a way of marking time whilst waiting for the Crow Books to get back from the printer…
the language of magic just pours out of your hands… reading backwards, I have a lot to catch up on! It’s a little harsh to hear “from half a century ago”… “Honky Tonk Woman” was one of the very first albums I bought — remember — the sleeve was shaped like a stop sign?
isn’t it funny how we remember all the favourite albums by the cover, “Through the Past, Darkly”
Hi Mo! Wonderful work getting to know each lovely little tendril. I have been admiring our own snow peas grasping onto anything and anything within reach.
thanks for the good words Susan, love your fern frond in the Thread of Days & look forward to seeing your tendrils (I can visit Instagram but can’t comment as I don’t have a mobile phone)
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