Monday, December 3, 2012

circles, spheres, moons and a marsh

lately i seem to be seeing 
everything in globe or in line

 dyed silk
 charlotte's eggs
 pear and vermont brie
 moon nine patch
shifu moons
 lines at
upper and lower lakes


Judy Martin said...

love the top photo

onesmallstitch said...

silk ribbon looks gorgeous, the brie and pear, yummie and the moons! oh the moons. I too, have a jar of wooden spools.

Ms. said...

count on you for elegant imagery and the last "lines" just like your paintings

Jennifer said...

The dyed silk and the shifu moons...heavenly. Nice to see I have company in going in circles. Ha!

Velma Bolyard said...

judy, i thought the silk look fine wound around that old spool
jean, and that jar is pretty nifty, too, as it fills up. did you see the drawn on spools at the beginning of the film crumb?
ms, thank you so much for that
jennifer, jude, too... a coven of circlettes!

Thread Born said...

Velma- The photo of the round of brie and pears made me laugh! Now I will forever think of brie as a full moon!

The silk wound around the spool is beautiful as are your amazing pieces of work.--Julie

neki desu said...

see you more in the lines dept.
the spools made my heart sing.

Valerianna said...

"Homey" is the word that comes to mind.

henrietta (aka ani aka zani) said...

and dots form lines, and lines form paths, and paths form journeys - reach, and reaching...spheres, stars and an occasional moon.

mansuetude said...

For me, the first image is perfect. All your 'gazing" and feeling through to the color and line in nature and life, it shows through your work. Your "Moons" glow an exceptional array of color and transfuse a captured light of all you gazing, through the weave.

Velma Bolyard said...

julie, the brie is a vermont moon!
neki, i love those spools, definitely lines
valerie, i guess that's how it is here
henrietta, a cosmos in a drop of here
m, it's always about fiber, woven or spun or meshed

india flint said...

moon cheese

Velma Bolyard said...

india, yep. (a good local brie)

Penny Berens said...

A delicious post, Velma and that silk ribbon is the most delicious of all!

Long Ridge Farm said...

circles, warm and full of life your world is. xx

Velma Bolyard said...

penny, thanks. yes, i like th esilk, a gift from the wonderful marion at beautiful silks
nancy, so many circles, warm and strong! thanks for noticing

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