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Birthing a Star

Colour explosion,
right brain-storm activity
birthing textile star.


My fingers found their way to some experimentation,
using fabric and heated fusing tool.
(work in progress!)

Linking with
Haiku my Heart
Recuerda mi Corazon

Comments

joanne said…
gorgeous colors in your star burst.....what an interesting hobby
Kim Mailhot said…
How beautiful ! Love the words you gave to your art !
Happy Friday !
I love how you so creatively fused your fabrics and came up with your beautiful and unique collage. It does feel like a collage to me.
Karen said…
Love what came from the storm!
Fallingladies said…
Bright, inspiring and beautiful!
sperlygirl said…
wow, what a beautiful explosion of color!
rebecca said…
dear sue,
my heart always warms and beats faster when i see "finding my bliss" in the haiku line up. it is always a joy to be with you. you have a way of surprising me with your diverse offerings and creativity. one day a baby fox, the next rain dancing on a window, and all those shadows dancing with beauty. today you become a star!
you always delight.
Lea said…
Right brain storm activity? What an amazing image! You are an entire galaxy of brilliaince! Love seeing your textile star becoming and so enjoyed the haiku. Thank you!
I love this fusion of color! So creative and expressive of the star that you are! :) Beautiful...
Poet Laundry said…
Your "birthing textile star" is awesome--really quite good.
irenerafael said…
This spectacular burst of color, texture and words from your storm activity took my breath away.

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