3.24.2009

FINALLY!!



February is finished - I don't know why it took so long but it did - Time to put all the beads away and start on March though I think that I may start April and take it to ArtFest with me to work on there.

13 comments:

Sabine said...

Diane, your February piece is sooo beautiful. It looks like a real lot of work with beads and cabs all over, and you arranged them in a way that is lovely and very interesting to look at. And all that while watching TV and crying over Frida! Amazing!

Cheers,
Sabine

KV said...

This was well worth the time it took, Diane -- it's marvelous!


Kathy V in NM

Carol said...

I am glad you took your time to complete the page to your satisfaction. It is truly beautiful.

I am behind too. Have not started March or posted Feb, tho it is done. But this project is about beading what you feel, and not completing on time. So there! Your page is well worth the wait. Its ANOTHER great one.

Anne Marie - Toronto said...

Wonderful! The circles are amazing and your work is meticulous! Of course, your workspace looks like mine, but I actually use the entire top of the coffee table. I can hardly wait to see the next one.

a2susan said...

Absolutely wonderful! I love all the circles and finding little curios hidden in plain sight. It's also a very calming piece, looking at it I just felt my body relax.
Susan

Tracey N. said...

Oh Diane! i actually let out a WOW when i saw this one finished. I love it, its so pretty soft and delicate looking. Such pretty colors and who doesnt love circles? I know I do! This is one of my absolute favorites. Well worth the time and effort you put into it!

Robin said...

Does this mean you can slow down, take a deep breath and quit running in circles??? If ever there was an apt BJP piece (after catching up on all your posts this month), it's this one. My goodness, you take on a lot, do a lot, do a lot very well (love your Joggles quilts) and manage to work full time?! I admit to feeling exhausted after reading your posts. Even so, there's a thread of excitment through it all... a love of creativity and a finding of self! I've been to ArtFest, which I describe as a quadruple, full-test espresso for one who only drinks decaf... Akkk, how can you do it??? OK, well I think you'll manage... In the meantime, your circles, with the watch, face, compass, and all the deep pools of color is an amazing piece... as are you! Hugs and have a great time at the Fest... Robin A.

tangled stitch said...

What a beautiful piece and such lovely use of color! Just beautiful.

pam T said...

Absolutely gorgeous, Diane. The colors are wonderous!

Textile Art Showcase said...

What a stunning piece of work!

Kiwi Ellen said...

Diane that is an amazingly beautiful piece!! It looks huge, how big is it?

I salute your skills at both quilting & beading!!

Mountain Salt Studio said...

Thanks everyone for your kind comments - These pages are all 5 x 10 inches Ellen - I think that's why they're taking so long but now that I've started I must proceed!

Muriel said...

waouh, I love especially this one!