13.7.12

Transformation completed


















That´s what now became of a pair of too tight
linen pants shown 3 posts back, together with
some hand dyed scraps, a bit of cryptic writing
which came with a length of cotton I once bought
at a sale (shown once before here), two of the red
circles one should be prepared to see popping
up again here once in a while, a tassel taken
from a tote from Thailand...















- and, yes, some acrylic paint...
















I call it Pupation.

Kommentare:

Tammie Lee hat gesagt…

i love what you did with your small pants! wonderful piece.

in case this is of interest to you; the first time i came here i thought you did not accept comments, then i thought to click on your post title and Oh there is a place for comments.. other people might not realize where to leave a comment, this is trickier than most blogs have it set up.

Morna C-M hat gesagt…

This is wonderful!

ger hat gesagt…

Thank you both... - yes it´s tricky, Tammie - I fiddled with the comment settings when I started the blog + later couldn´t undo it (that´s why I have that little note in the upper right corner saying where to click...;)

kaiteM hat gesagt…

I always like your cryptic use of cryptic text.

Lisa hat gesagt…

love the script text at the top....
fantastic work!
btw, when I visit your blog the comments are always visible under the post.

Aly V hat gesagt…

I love your work. They cryptic writing is an awesome touch. The red is distracting in this piece, though, because it reminds me of a smiley face. What do you think?

realm of inspiration hat gesagt…

just me, the long haired gal, stopping by for needed inspiration, meditation(your flickr journey) and peace. love your latest creation!

arlee hat gesagt…

I love that you are fearless in adding other mediums to your work--so many seem to think paint should never touch naturally dyed--it's all just canvas and art supplies, so why not use! Well done as always.

ger hat gesagt…

Thank you, everyone... - and thanks for mentioning that, Aly V, I noticed it too (I tend to see faces wherever I look, but here it indeed is a bit irritating) - it´s only on the photo though, standing before the piece one has no doubt that it´s a female torso...

deemallon hat gesagt…

I find the insertions of red fearless, as well. Nice execution!