Thursday, January 21, 2010

staring into space

That activity was pretty much all I could do this morning, after yesterday's trip home. After a while, I stirred myself and was in the studio before lunch. It's been almost a month since I have spent any time there and it took me a while to settle in. I had brought a bunch of fabric home and then to Florida with me; this morning, carried a lot of it back. By the time I left this afternoon, I had something in process on the wall. It has a long way to go, so no pictures. Tonight, with some of the fabric I had left at home, I played a bit to see if I could make something work and I am pleased to see that it is coming along. It has a family resemblance to this small piece I made a couple of months ago, so I guess I'm on a series track - LOL.Tomorrow I plan to spend the bulk of the day in the studio again; I have several deadlines looming and need to work!

4 comments:

Terry said...

Oh, I love that!

Eva said...

A pattern can mean so much more if we see only parts of it. It becomes signs or a secret message. I love this.

Barbara said...

The thin orange stripes make this piece. Welcome home!

The WestCountryBuddha said...

Hello Rayna, Forgive me leaving this on your posting...it was just handier than logging into anywhere else! These are pictures of hogweeds and a bit of information. They are about the giant form of hogweed which is a pest, but the normal or common one isn't. I imagine you have them somewhere over there but perhaps if you recognize them, you'll be able to tell me your name for them! Take care. Annabel

http://www.letsgogardening.co.uk/Information/GiantHogweed.htm

and

http://images.google.co.uk/images?hl=en&source=hp&q=hogweed+plant&um=1&ie=UTF-8&ei=EAlcS_HTDJSM0gT42cWbAg&sa=X&oi=image_result_group&ct=title&resnum=4&ved=0CCYQsAQwAw