Friday, 15 January 2010

Sewn canvas

I haven't done one of these for ages and I throughly enjoyed making this one. I love the texture and the colours that reveal themselves in this layering process.



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18 comments:

La Dolce Vita said...

absolutely gorgeous... I agree, the colors and the textures are all yummy!

Linda said...

Margaret!!! This is wonderful. Yummy is right!

johanna said...

divine!! love your detail photos, they show all that texture even better!

Sanja said...

love the texture and colours too :-)
awesome piece Margaret!

bad penny said...

this is gorgeous - love it xx

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

OH M!!! this is splendid in every detail! It truly sings!!!
oxo

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

ooo and I SEE the doily bits, very nice use of that little "tool" :)

Jamie said...

This is beautiful. Did you use acrylic paints or chalk paint? It looks dreamy! Jamie V in MT
http://rem-nants.blogspot.com

Nathalie Thompson said...

Looks like something I would see in Somerset. You NEED to submit it in!

Jenxo said...

Oh Margaret, this just so beautiful, yummy textures and colors....

Do you sew on to flat canvas and then mount it or have you glued sewn bits down ?

i love the little lacy flowers...jenxo

Ragamuffin Gal said...

This is my absolute favorite color scheme and you have used it in such a fabulous romantic way! I love this art piece Margaret!

Seth said...

This is such a special piece. And I love the way you photographed it as well!

Melinda Cornish said...

I love this too...the pale aqua with the color of the sheet music is so soft and beautiful...I try to work in these colors, just cause I love them, but they always turn into somthing brighter....go figure.....I will just admire yours!

Alisa said...

Oh, the textures are wonderful!

kiwicarole said...

Love the textures Margaret! Layers are definitely me! :)

Val said...

This is absolutely beautiful! So glad I found your blog.

druga szesnaście said...

this is gorgeous...
and I love everything about it - the colors, the textures, the texts...

Dianne said...

I love everything about this. Would love to know more about how you created it.