Saturday, March 31, 2012

artifacts

rolled up? the east and west walls from the house with the golden windows.
on the wall? vintage wool blanket, cut and re-stitched by many hands "Perhaps the process itself is the art. What is then created is just the artifact." Mary Babcock

8 comments:

  1. yes literally what is created is man-made, and the process is the journey and always you come to crossroads and make decisions, do this and don't do that...and you might make a series to try out all the possibilties you can imagine and there are infinite possibilities and yet within our time on earth only so much can be done...and as I grow older I realise more and more that the process is the art and the results are markers on the way
    Beautiful post Judy

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  2. Just went to check what's what on Facebook and found that the magazine Fiber Art Now had learned the link to your One Hundred Quilts blog. Thought you might like to know. Great to see all those quilts in one place. Awesome!

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  3. Oops! That should say "shared" your link....

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  4. Anonymous6:48 am

    i love this quotation. i think that about living too. daily living being art.

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  5. Thanks for that info about the Fiber Art Now page on facebook. I went over to see it - and liked it.
    ha

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  6. yes, i like that quote, judy. and i like this still life.

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  7. Thank you for this post. Timely words. Thank you for all of your recent sharing. It is generous of you and much appreciated.

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Thank you for taking the time to connect. Much appreciated.xx