Sunday, August 3, 2008

Now, It's Finished!




I did this textile collage back in April. Before I put something up for sale, I like to live with it, so it was put on the wall. Something was just not right! A month went by and I just could not figure out what was bothering me, so I mentioned it to the Dh and he knew right away what needed to be changed, so I asked him why he did not mention something sooner and his reply was, I am not the artist! It is sometimes hard to decide (for me) when a piece is finished. The piece on the fur was removed and placed a little higher up.
What a difference that made!

6 comments:

Tina August 4, 2008 at 6:43 AM  

beautiful collage. So inspiring.
I just love this atmosphere you are creating for yourself in your sewing room/ studio.
T

Susan August 4, 2008 at 11:11 AM  

What a lovely piece. So much work went into this, as with all your pieces. It's great to have an extra pair of eyes to point out that "little something" that needs to be done. Just goes to show DH is more of an artist than he thinks. Hugs.

turtle50 August 4, 2008 at 8:44 PM  

You are the kind of Artist a man like me could spend all day admiring , and then maybe if we are lucky get around to checking out your art !!! I'll bet your beauty makes the sun come up in the mornings so God can get a good look at his art work, YOU signed a seceret admirer

Distressing Delilah August 5, 2008 at 4:08 AM  

Gorgeous! I know what you mean about living with something for a while before you know you are finished with it. I do that with my paintings sometimes.

Rosebud Collection August 20, 2008 at 4:17 AM  

Beautiful work, as usual..I just can't get over all the work you put into your pieces..wonderful..

cconz September 24, 2008 at 12:58 PM  

Wow i love this piece,is your work for sale anywhere? etsy, ebay, website? Thanks for the compliments on my work. I'll be picking up the next art doll magazine!!! Just a note: i just received my book from Amazon called "a bit of velvet and a dash of lace" by Robin brown of Magnolia pearl. It's on my links, check out if you don't know her