Monday, 26 January 2009

Iconic Interpretations

I attended another class run by Alysn Midgelow-Marsden on Sunday. This time we transferred images onto metal and fabric (organza and lutrador) ...... more of this in a day or two, but for now here's a little snippet of my (unfinished) piece of work

23 comments:

Judy S. said...

Hi Linda, I love to check your blog and see what you're working on, always something interesting!

Jo Wholohan said...

this looks fantastic, transferring to metal, cool!! xx

Shashi Nayagam said...

Oh my what can I say! Even your unfinished work is brilliant.Its kind of like an unfinished symphony!

Jacky said...

Wonderful... I'd love to do one of these classes too. Transfers and I have never gotten on particularly well.

sesga loves 1950s said...

I love it Linda its Amazing so stunning ,You are soooooo Fabulous
Love from sesga xx

Rosie said...

Just beautiful, so rich. I'm jealous now ....

Stempelchaotin said...

Wow so peaceful.
Fantastic design.

LazyKay said...

Oh wow wish I'd been there - this looks amazing!

xxxxxx

paperqueen said...

I'm trying so hard to take a look at all 600+ blogs in OWOH, I haven't really spent time on any of them. Yours is the exception. As I told you in my comment on your OWOH post, we have things in common....I can add doing Tim tags to that now that I've wandered around here for a while.
Yours is one I know I will come back to. I love your work and I find it to be heartfelt and inspiring. Thank you!
Eileen in NYC

TattingChic said...

Lovely piece. Thank you for entering my tatting giveaway for OWOH. Good luck to you. :)

nancy said...

I love this piece. I am very taken with icons like this and just did a triptych using some of them. I love the textures you've achieved with yours. It's beautiful.
Nancy

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

ooooh Love the ancient look of this piece, it's brilliant. so exciting what you're learning, you DO take some wonderful classes! :)

Judy Scott said...

what a fabulous workshop this looks ~ I love what I see here and the idea of transfering onto different surfaces sounds really exciting. I've been using emulsion paint as a transfer medium for one of my college pieces Im doing and it was a happy accident ~ Id always been scared off so I never done it before and then it goes and happens by chance, anyway Im rambling, hope you're keeping warm and have a wonderful creative day ~ Judy :)

magpie said...

Linda Your icon piece looks amazing.... I need to get going on mine.....

Sharon xx

Jaqi said...

Stunning, as always . I cant wait when i check out your blog, you always have such fantastic work on here. Thanks for sharing., Jaqi x

Dschrader said...

I love your smiling your! You're right, it is alot like my spud king! lol. I just love roaming around your site! I would love to be able to spend time with you in your craftroom! You are so creative! Hugs, Donna

Mar said...

this piece is gorgeous!
the altered canvas was to
but with 173 comments
i would have been lost in the shuffle
I am also checking in on you seeing how you are fairing
i haven't been by in awhile
AND
you have a little surprise at my blog
:)

Minx said...

Wish there were fab classes round my way {sadly not}
More great work :O)

Chris said...

ooooh Linda.... Magical is the only word that I can find!!
I can't wait to see the finished creation I bet it will be magnificent. It looks like you are having loads of fun trying all of these different techniques too :D
hugs
Chris xx

Karen said...

This is going to look absolutely fantastic when its finished Linda. I so wish we had classes like this down my way!

I popped over to say that I love what you have done with your Altered Picture....very cheeky hehe

Your Journals are to die for as well XXX

J and Z said...

ooo linda this is gorgeous!

vintage wil said...

wow this is so beautiful!!!

Renee said...

linda this is beautiful and so are your personl lexicon pages.

xoxoxo

Renee