Saturday, February 8, 2014
This weeks host for the drawing challenge is my wonderful blog-friend Stefanie and her theme is "daily project". I find those kind of projects great and every year I think to myself that I should start one to, but at the same time I'm scared that I can't keep it up for one year. This year I didn't start it because so much was going one with moving to another city and that sort of stuff, I did not know where to find the time for it. But for the last two weeks I had a daily project which I introduced to you HERE. It turned out to be a bit more work so I'm still working on my "thread-thingies". Not everyday anymore, but bit by bit now. I wanted to see how it looked on our door in the hallway so that's is why I worked on it for every day. Now I can slowly finish it and do something else in between. I made one big one for the door on the other side of the hallway:
For more daily projects please visit the wonderful blog of Stefanie!
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I simply love them! Beautiful and so very female, women decorate the homes, we are artists in everything we do - I don´t care - beauty is what we need!ReplyDelete
have a beautiful weekend and thank you for playing and for being my friend
it seems as perfect, Celine!, in my case, like you, I can not do it for long time,ReplyDelete
(I admire the constancy of SS)
imagine that these thread-thingies may be on the window glass. or a curtain.
or between two glasses hanging on the wall.
i like it a lot!.
good weekend! Celine!!!
Very beautiful, Celine! They are like snowflakes, crystals falling from the sky, so delicate! The element of lace and feminine elegance is very appealing too! Must have been a lot of work!ReplyDelete
they do look good, celine, i like they pick up on the light too, they feel so airy, and fragile, what with the threads looping through. i can imagine they grow a little addictive?ReplyDelete
hope you've settled in alright!!
They look very beautiful. I could see how they could become addictive to do. Jacqui xReplyDelete
schneekristalle mit frühlingsfarben vermischt - wunderschön!ReplyDelete
ze zijn prachtig!ReplyDelete
de beetjes kleur zo mooi
vooral bij die laatste!
ze doen me altijd denken aan Ritva van Lumetta
bij haar liggen ze door haar huis, gewoon op de vloer
mooi, fragiel en sprookjesachtig en allemaal wit ;^))
these are beautifulReplyDelete
i can see that they are more work than one might guess initially.
I wish you lovely days and nights in your new home!
Just beautiful, Celine! Lovely, delicate, airy.ReplyDelete
Have a great week. xo Carole
Celine this work is so different than what I am used to seeing from you! It is wonderfully sculptural and textured. I know how long something this big takes to make. It is very intricate and you use your eyes and hands to a very exacting degree. The results are so beautiful. Very well done my dear!!! Nice work! *smiles* Norma, xReplyDelete
These came out great Celine! and I really like them all together- more of a statement in a group. It must have been fun to make- how did you make them stiff?? I'll have to reread your post!ReplyDelete
I see floating flowers or snowflakes here - I am delighted. Thank you.ReplyDelete
Hallo Celine, die sehen ja wirklich toll aus! Ein daily project gerade mit so aufwendigen Arbeiten ist schwierig, aber es muß ja nicht täglich sein, aber daraus eine noch grössere Serie zu machen und die in einer Ausstellung mit deinen tollen Bildern und Zeichnungen zu kombinieren, das sähe bestimmt richtig grossartig aus!ReplyDelete
lg barbara bee
I love when you're doing art with simple every day items. these ones are especially nice. delicate and strong at the same time. while looking at them, I imagine walking through a complete room, filled with them... must be amazing.ReplyDelete
Celine, I find these a fascinating contrast to your graphic work. Related, too, though, in that they are complex-ed-ly feminine. Bravo!ReplyDelete
A different kind of you but you, there's a red tread ;) they look super, xxReplyDelete