Friday, July 27, 2018

Moon Myth continues to grow

Here's how page 4 ended up (for now) ...


Working from this base ...


Then adding strips of cloth, some leftover from the pennant I dream of a world where love is the answer made for Mo's project ...


8 comments:

Mo Crow said...

love that sliver of moon with the star

Liz A said...

Thanks Mo ... it’s a memory made real as I watched for the one-day old moon at the Outer Banks with my 14 year old granddaughter

Vicky aka Stichr said...

i like the raw edges with more raw edges. made better by the memories.

Marti said...

How fitting that you posted another page of Moon Myth, today, the day of the blood moon lunar eclipse. Charmingly worded, infused with the joy of family memories, cloth colors that tell the story so well and simply magical, exquisite stitching, this as I've said before in other comments, is a family treasure to pass down generation to generation.

Liz A said...

Vicky - memories made with grandkids are the best ... times seven for you!

Marti - thank you for alerting me to the eclipse ... I missed that somehow

Fiona Dempster said...

The way in which the work appears is just like the moon as it show more of itself...

Nancy said...

Going backwards from the finished 'page' with story ~ back to the materials you chose to represent that is really something, and really quite different than moving forwards. This is such a dreamy page, page 4 is.

Liz A said...

Fiona - what a perfect and totally unintended metaphor! Thank you for this

Nancy - well, I must confess that the final page was initially intended to be page 3, but I'll take props anytime (wink) ... and page 4 holds such a sweet moment of memory for me, it may well end up being my favorite