Mood Indigo

Posted: October 30, 2016 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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mood-indigofirst attempt at indigo alchemy
the-red-flower-by-helen-garnerslowly stitching these well wrought words by Australian writer Helen Garner from her new book “Everywhere I Look”

Comments
  1. I just love this work of yours Mo! Can’t wait to see more. And the writing resonates deeply X

    • Mo Crow says:

      am wondering where this one will take me… the words are so evocative they don’t need illustrating and yet that brave little red flowering bush on the edge of the abyss…

  2. Eliene says:

    so fine…….on many levels.

  3. Liz A says:

    Indigo is alchemy of the highest order

  4. fiona says:

    the indigo is stunning Mo – and I so love what you are doing with the words. That is a marvellous book. I think small quiet stitching is a way to stay sane and whole in amongst it at the moment…go gently.

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Fiona))) Helen Garner’s writing has helped me understand the world for over 40 years, this is new one may well be my favourite. The stitching is a form of prayer this week, a way to hold on to something beautiful as our world trembles…

  5. feeling the brave little plant, your inimini embroidery, the magic of indigo…..
    less strangeness

  6. coloremartine says:

    Indigo……………………..the color of love!

  7. Looking right into the Indigo caldron is intense. But that tiny stitching…..Whew. I always admire your pen work, but THIS stitching is simply a pilgrimage. Astounding!

  8. to know of your pot growing…this Comforts, Eases,

  9. Susan says:

    An “echo” of words!

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