Friday, November 25, 2011

Seams

Conceptually, seams are interesting. They are used to join two wholes into a single larger whole. Sometimes they are made carefully, and finished. Sometimes they are layered, one over the other. Sometimes, you can barely tell where one idea joins with another, and things are seamless.
Theory and practice can be joined together with seams.

6 comments:

joe said...

i love this mix of finished seams and layered, raw seams!

deanna7trees said...

ah yes...theory and practice.

Judy Martin said...

It's my UK degree talking. Ha

Serena said...

these posts have been so pretty
and very peaceful.

Heavens2Betsy said...

I love your story of the seams and the ways they can be used and their meaning. I really enjoy seeing your work and reading about your thought processes Judy. Thank you for your visit. penny

montse llamas-artsandcats said...

Seams. How important they are!