Thursday, July 21, 2011

Much To My Surprise...


Meditation On the Key to Time

This is the one and only beading I've worked on and finished this year so far. Too much life, not enough time. But somehow, here it is, all done. Will I do more? Sure! But no guarantees.

I worked with wire and found object on this one, and, although it waited for weeks and months for me to get back to it, it seems to have turned out okay.

15 comments:

Lisa Criswell / Indigo's Beads said...

it's really beautiful!

Lois2037 said...

Thank you, Lisa.

NEDbeads said...

Turned out ok?? It's seriously gorgeous!!!!! I absolutely love it, the feel, the colors, the outline, the technical skill, omg this is beautiful!!

Dee D said...

It is fantastic!

Carol said...

Hi Lois
Your piece is absolutely gorgeous!! Its perfectly beaded and the colorway is just right. Did you plan the design or did the beads? No matter. It is truely one of the best pieces I have seen in a long while.

Lois2037 said...

Thank you, NEDbeads, Dee D, and Carol! No, I didn't design the piece, it was kind of a collaboration between me and the beads and objects. When I put something on, it would seem to call for a certain treatment.

LissC said...

WOOOWW!!! Stunning!

Marty S said...

This is fabulous! Amazing! A beautiful design and execution!
Marty S
Crackpot Beader

Lois2037 said...

LissC and Marty S, thank you!

char said...

I have been enjoying your BJ pieces very much, this time you outdid yourself. Its really beautiful. I agree that the beads and objects we use in beading have a mind of their own. Great work!!

Lois2037 said...

Thank you, char!

Barbara said...

No question about it -- it more than SEEMS to have turned out OK, it's awesome! I see so many things in it -- does anyone else get reminded of a glorious peacock? Absolutely beautiful!

Lois2037 said...

Thank you, Barbara!

kaysim said...

This is lovely. My first impression was "peacock!", then second that it was similar to artwork from India. I guess it's whatever the viewer wants it to be. Anyway, it is stunning.

Cristina said...

Wow...amazing!! a lot of work!