Sunday, July 25, 2010

Taking it one step at a time!



I'm back! Been away once again but working, working on several projects. Here I have 6 abstract pieces all done in fabric and handmade paper which I got in Quebec. I couldn't help myself when I was there. I went on a art shopping spree. It was sooooo much fun. I loved every minute of it. My mind is still wrapped up in Quebec City. I fell in love!!! There was so much to see, so much to take in. I love diversity and Quebec is full of Diversity. A magical experience! We will go back and even stay. I have not forgotten you guys. Just know that when I'm away creating art, I will have more lovely beautiful things to share with you! I am growing as an artist, growing as a woman. I find myself becoming stronger and more at ease. Taking things one step at a time, nurturing myself  kindly and no rush!

Well guys, I will see you soon!







8 comments:

  1. I'm so glad you are back.
    So are you thinking of moving to Quebec?
    I'm glad to hear you sounding so strong and creating!
    Take care my friend!
    XOXO - Cindi

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  2. beautiful colors and textures and lines, earthy and organic...glad you're back:)

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  3. Love your little quilts...just wonderful designs and colours!! Never been to Canada....too far up North for me!! LOL Perhaps someday, but for now, I'm keeping it just a bit north of the border...besides, I love sunshine and warm weather...not big into snow and cold...just paint me that old desert rat!! LOL

    Glad your back and happy to know you're evolving...something we all need to do as artists...as human beings for that matter.

    Abrazos,
    Georgina

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  4. Your blog is one of my favorite places to visit. Love seeing your latest creations and how your art is evolving. Gorgeous, gorgeous, gogeousness!

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  5. love these - what fun to be free and stitch and layer and just create!

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  6. your quilts pieces are beautiful. you should perhaps market these! they would be beautiful framed in multiples!
    very unique!

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  7. Love all your vibrant colors, and the sewn pieces are fantastic. I love the technique of free-form sewing lines running through fabric or paper--it gives so much texture. :)

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  8. this work gets the LIKE button!

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