Friday, March 16, 2012

Growing Slowly

 This piece grows slowly. Just a few stitches here and there; the motivation is in not knowing what the whole piece will look like. I don't think I would ever finish a work from a kit.

In August, I'll have an exhibition at a local culture center, run by the culture administration of our town. They are interested in my quilts, too. It is not a big thing, but is meant as an inspiration for visitors who come for theatre rehearsals, dancing courses, painting groups and many more. Here's a look inside. The canteen walls are red, what a background for Joseph's Colorful Coat.

A new painting; this one was made for a friend. I'll try to make it to the post office today and mail it. --- Update: It is on the way.
Today, things come to perfection, it seems; do you have a similar experience? Long-due repairs in bath and kitchen have been done; the same friend who will receive my painting just sent me a wonderful purple-and-green scarf, and spring seems to be coming with bright sunshine.


Yael said...

Das wird ein Meisterstueck - das sieht man ja!

Ich freue mich riesig fuer Dich betreffs der Ausstellung!

Das neue Bild is WUNDERSCHOEN!!!
Schoenes Wochenende Eva!

jude said...

slow is good

Anna Schüler said...

Das wird wunderschön. Ich finde deine Kunst sehr spannend und wünsch dir eine erfolgreiche Ausstellung mit vielen interessierten Besuchern.
Herzliche Grüße aus dem Münsterland

Rayna said...

Your work reminds me of my grandmother's: wonderful, unexpected, and she never knew where it was going till it got there. The pleasure is always in the journey.