Tuesday, 29 September 2009

Fall and I will pick you up

This is for someone who is always there for me :o)






















1. "dry herb growing on my head" 2. Lindy's dress 3. Auld Crowe 4. Spine ma non rose - thorns but not roses 5. Heart pebble 6. Paisajes de los pensamientos 7. Old Crow ATC 8. Beauty Hypoglossum hypoglossoides 9. Snow Catcher

I am in awe of the talented artists on flickr - thank you for sharing your wonderful art!

13 comments:

blueberries in the fields said...

you really chose a beautiful selection of talented artists. Lovely.Makes me want to go on flickr and admire more.
Carolyn, i am having a halloween giveaway. Check my blog for details.
everybody is most welcome :)
have a sweet day
monique

bad penny said...

sigh, beautiful things. I'm so inspired & want to get creating. Do you know of any courses for printing images onto fabric ? I'm reading about it on other blogs but for me practical is better.

cardona family said...

Carolyn, I love your stuff! I found you first on flickr. I am inspired by your talent. I too live by the sea, I live in Edmonds Wa, USA. I would love to see pics of your cottage and the area where you live. I have been to England a couple of times as a teenager. We stayed in London and Bath and took the train to Plymouth so we could take the ferry over to France....I love your country. Anyway...I will follow your blog so I can continue to be inspired. thank you for sharing!
Moriah

Fenland Textile Studio said...

These images make such a beautiful collage - thank you for sharing

Diane said...

Hi Carolyn, I love your work. I hope that we can meet up when I come down to St Ives next year (you see I dont let the anti -tourist brigade get to me!!!) xxxx

Pat said...

what an amazing post .... beautiful .... poignant ..... a lucky friend to be thought of so ....

missy k said...

What a stunning range of work - I am in awe.

Karen

Fenland Textile Studio said...

Hi Carolyn
Thanks for your comments. Julie is lovely so I am sure you will both have a great time when you meet up. I miss Cornwall so seeing all your pictures brings back so many memories. I use to visit the south coast, we used to stay in Mousehole or a cottage at Lamorna Cove.

Angela

sea-blue-sky & abstracts said...

What lovely images - the heart shaped pebble and quotation are great! Bye for now. Lesley

Jacky said...

'Dry herbs growing on my head' is so beautiful...I must go and check her flickr site.
Thanks for sharing these talented artists with us!
Jacky xox

Cathy said...

Lovely mosaic here Carolyn. I love the colours you have chosen. I popped over to your textile blog and the autumn colours are amazing and also the textures. I love rusty textures like old doorways with the paint peeling off and rusty barbed wire. Your sister has some great shots too. That hydrangea is wonderful. I have been browsing your blog listening to Einaudi "The Waves"...very apt.

Pom Pom said...

Pink means babies, sweets, happy - you present a powerful combination here! I shall go put on my new pink shoes!

Amy said...

Loved the collage of image's..the first is very adorable (doll)..I love raggedy handmade dolls for some reason..they always have such neat expressions!!!