Monday, October 1, 2012

Postcards

I love stationary, so I do look forward to seeing my postcards.
And you can tell what kind of photos I like, can't you? Ben and I just couldn't get a good picture of the Self-Portrait in the assembled stage, so I will try again tomorrow but I might forget about that one.

10 comments:

  1. The pillars look great and the photos of the fabric are beautiful! I spent many hours on sunday trying to get good photos of my woollen blankets, and it's very inspiring to see your pictures. I'm sure the postcards will be great!

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  2. I love the close up of the texture of the pillars, I can imagine walking up to them and seeing more of the pattern as I get closer. I'm muddled about time clocks now, so not sure if the opening event has happened yet. I hope you get some time to chill out now!

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  3. It was last night, Dot, and I understand it was successful. You know I hate openings and I almost opted out of ours, but I did get there. It was nice to see friends, and three from my drawing class came and had a great laugh at the Self-Portrait piece.

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  4. Love seeing these glimpses...

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  5. Lisa, these are my Silly weaving!

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  6. Wow, they hang so flat! I know that is not an artistic comment, but I am really impressed. Is that thanks to the nylon line you incorporated?

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  7. I can't say for sure, but the nylons came out before hemming for a totally different reason that they got caught in the fabric and annoyed the H!@# out of me. I put it to patient pressing with maximum steam, but I have to say, ahem... yeah... I was pleased. I just hope it doesn't rain a lot this month. The second from the left is starting to show a bit of .... waviness, shall I say?

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  8. Textiles for weather prediction perhaps? (without the nylon I am even MORE impressed!)

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  9. Oh, like old knee-injuries! Yeah, why not!!

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