Tuesday, April 26, 2016

moon cloth

 
I worked from the back of the cloth, cutting strips off the bottom and couching them in angles and circles.
The fabric became so energized with hand work and marks I could hardly hold it.
 
I was inspired by the rotation of the moon, female figurines from pre-history and the immensity of our raw and vulnerable inner selves.
  new work

10 comments:

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

will you keep it as it is then? just attached to its Self at the bottom?
to form the Round? and then it will hang Free?
it is beyond Elegant

the from the "back" work from the back....i can't imagine knowing
Every how to do that

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

ever

Judy Martin said...

Yes, it spins around slowly one way, then the next. I like being able to see inside this female vessel-like shape.

Dana said...

This piece is beyond inspiring. I just love it.

Mo Crow said...

Moon Dancer!

Lesley Turner said...

wonderful new creation - congrats

Stephanie Westerhout said...

So mesmerizing and filled with life.

carlseapatch said...

Beautiful, the light coming through is a great effect

Debbie said...

Stunning

Velma Bolyard said...

stumbled over after a time away, to find this. speechless.