Here is another piece that I completed in Level 3 Advanced Studies in Experimental Stitch class.
This is what the piece started with. Mainly deconstructed screen printed fabric and a few pieces of shibori dyed fabric. It needed more so on to layering and stitching.
Here’s the finished piece and I have called this one, Marsh. It’s kind of amazing what layers of fabric can do to change the look of a piece.
Wow Ruth – ‘Marsh’ is so atmospheric. The stitching – so simple yet so difficult to get just right as you have – has made a beautiful landscape.
Thank you, atmospheric is a good word. It is really all simple stitching but the sheer fabrics make all the difference.
I love it. It has the eerie late-day foggy swamp feel.
Thanks Ann, yes, just like the gator is about to come out and get you 🙂
Very evocative of a marsh, a world of it’s own wanting no disturbance. Love your stitching & use of applied sheers.
As of today I now realise why your home page keeps popping up. Duh, I needed to go to your ‘blog’!
Thanks Antje! Glad you figured out the changes that happened when I changed the home page. It used to be the blog page but I thought people looking for my art for sale should see that before the blog.