Dark Moon with Ladder

Posted: October 6, 2016 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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dark-moon-with-ladder-mo16Dark Moon with Ladder Mo16
Italian glove leather, grape vine tendrils, linen thread, black ink
Bangalow palm inflorescence white linen thread, glass beads, Titanium white acrylic
dmfront detail
dark-moon-with-ladder-back-detail-mo16back detail
wondering… will this be a free standing small sculpture or stitched onto paper & framed… ?
it’s not there yet but it’s getting there
under the influence of Jude Hill’s SunMoonStars
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Dark Moon with Ladder Mo16
stitched to Saunders Waterford 425 gsm H/P watercolour paper
PS time to let it rest for a bit & think about framing, will try to get some good photos once the sun comes up
dark-moon-with-ladder-detail-2-mo-2016Dark Moon with Ladder detail Mo16
dark-moon-with-ladder-mo2016Dark Moon with Ladder Mo 16
still trying to get a decent photo!

Comments
  1. Liz A says:

    I do love your moon ladders … not to mention your lists of materials, which always make me shake my head in wonder at your “pantry” full of treasures.

  2. Eliene says:

    Another fun dancing moon……who wouldn’t want to climb up that ladder to join in the joy. She looks so delicate tho emanating a quiet strength…..

  3. ravenandsparrow says:

    Those tendrils are just captivating. The moon is dancing.

  4. Carol says:

    Beautiful, whichever way you go with it; or whichever way it takes you. Fabulous moon!

  5. fiberels says:

    wow Mo … the spirals on that dark moon …
    Awesome ! 😉

  6. coloremartine says:

    Wonderful………….if i shrink myself i might be able to climb to the moon………….

  7. handstories says:

    love the deep balance in this one- with the whimsy of the ladder and the unexpected darkness of the moon. the tendrils of moonrays tie it all together.

  8. deemallon says:

    it’s the shadows that grab me – another whole commentary

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