the ties that bind us

Posted: June 11, 2016 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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the-ties-that-bind-Mo16“the ties that bind us” Mo 16
emu feathers, painted beads, grape vine tendrils, thread, paper

Comments
  1. dinahmow says:

    Are you on a Muppet roll Mo!

    • Mo Crow says:

      oops! old influences are showing, I loved the Cookie Monster back in the 70’s when I was far too old to be watching Seasame Street around the same time as Tom Baker’s Dr Who!

    • Mo Crow says:

      we’re still dancin’ albeit a lot less energetically, the last time I tried to do The Twist was in 1997 at an Ausglass conference when one of the young glass blowers invited me onto the dance floor, it had been 30 years since I had tried those moves & went bright red with the effort! made it through to the end of the song but had to sit out the next few to catch my breath and that was nearly 20 years ago! Never learned the rumba or the tango but did dance La Cumbia when I was 12 at my first dance in Talara in Peru wearing fishnet stockings, my Mom’s suede go-go boots and an emerald green Nehru jacket for a dress, felt very hip and cool with my very short haircut a la Mia Farrow in Rosemary’s Baby, I so wanted to be experienced… we’re about as experienced as we can get now without becoming senile hehe!

  2. Dotti says:

    Beautiful!!

  3. grace says:

    how you have animated them is just Great!

  4. Eliene says:

    These two belong together for sure….they look really cool!

  5. Lovely piece, like the comments it does look a bit like two people dancing.

  6. handstories says:

    A joyous dance of love! I once snuck in the back door of the Muppet Studios in London…had some great peeks, until I was escorted out!

  7. vdbolyard says:

    this makes me chuckle. thanks!

  8. saskia says:

    hahaha, needed this today

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