Sunday, January 30, 2011

Fiber Art Piece for January Challenge

Earlier this month I posted my Haiku for our January word "Beginnings".
I also posted a photo that I created to illustrate the Haiku.

Treacherous frost lurks
Tender shoots defy the chill
Hardy rosebuds thrive.

Here is the Fiber Art component

 The background is lutradur - burned edges, painted, stamped and painted with pearl-ex. Added wintery textures with stamped angelina fibers and sequin waste.
The rosebuds are printed from my garden photos - and thread painted.
A purchased leafy "vine" is appliqued.
The Haiku is printed on Extravorganza that has been fringed and painted on the edges.
The whole piece is covered with a sparkly tulle for added winter effect. A few scattered beads add motion.

Guila Greer




Detail

3 comments:

Cherie in Del Mar said...

Lovely interpretation of beginnings. Well done!
Cherie

maureenc said...

Thank you for explaining how you constructed your quilt. Fits perfectly with the haiku theme.
I've recently used Extravorganza in a Petroglyph "scene" but I also like your stamped Angleina fibre.
Well done.

elljay said...

Your haiku gave me a chill with its thoughts. Great work.