Let’s try this again, and hopefully it will publish this time?
Usually when I’m painting, I am a slow, deliberate, controlled painter. Every brush stroke is contemplated before it’s taken, and it can take me several sessions to do one painting. Tonight I decided I needed to push myself a bit to work quickly. My goal was to finish an entire painting in one session. I didn’t meet my goal, I thought I had until I looked at my photo’s and see what was left out of the painting. Tomorrow night I’ll finish this painting, but in the meantime, this is what it looks like:
Last night I started working on a small art quilt using only my hand-dyes. I got the base shapes fused into place. My next step is thread painting. From there, I have two different plans for this, depending on what it looks like when the thread painting is done. One will be to finish it as is, the other is to cut it up in pieces, finish each individual section and then put them all back together, not necessarily in the same placement.
I can only hope now that when I hit publish, this post will publish. If I lose it again, then I apologize, but my eyes are tired and I’m not retyping it for a third time tonight!
4 thoughts on “Working Quickly”
I love the quilt!!!! I can’t wait to see what you do with it!
Horizon is dark so love the light you put in the loer left of the piece. Gorgeous!
Your idea for cutting up your art piece is great, should be cool.
It worked and I love both of your projects! Can’t wait to see the thread painting on the quilt.
Love the painting, love the quilt!