Monday, February 18, 2013

inspirations

texture built by nature
 memory
linen alphabet built by unknown maker , England, 17th C
 movement
catellocaula from the ordovician period (1.5 million years ago)
 abstraction
 silk and linen embroidery by Lucke Boten, Germany 1681
 femininity
ancient life 
landscape

internet inspiration
images are from google fossils, google coral and the victoria and albert museum
words are artist Kristin Scheving's list

10 comments:

  1. Inspiring inspirations... thanks. Love how the sea-life relates to those amazing stitches.

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  2. When I am awake
    alone
    it's a quiet time to learn from the internet.

    I'm staying at Dad's place. He's still in hospital.

    Doing OK, but he is old.

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  3. Nature is the best ....
    (but some people come close ;-)...)

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  4. glad you have things to occupy your vision.

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  5. I see.
    Time.Connection
    pattern, texture
    your work, earth's work.

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    love the linen alphabet
    .

    old. it seems relative. we so young
    compared to "things" and so full of light and love and wisdom beyond counting, holding.

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  6. I know it seems scattered.
    Connections seem clear to me one minute, crazy the next.

    I have not been so distracted since I was a young mother.

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  7. natural texture has a rhythmic vibration.

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  8. You have a wise way of looking at things, though you say you think they seem crazy connections at some time...
    Good luck with your father.

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  9. Beautiful images. I am preparing a Minerals exhibit and have encouraged the participating artists to view nature's artwork as inspiration.

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  10. Well I am just loving this inspiration!

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