Musings of a dyer and fiber artist from Lord of the Rings and Narnia country, the South Island of New Zealand.
Thanks for sharing this beautiful photograph.It's interesting that the image is of a very ordinary item but it looks other worldly. It reminds me of Edward Weston's pictures of vegetables. I love images that make you see common objects in a new light.
what a wonderful blog. I am just a beginner in blogs and I hope I can show all my creations next time. But time is always too short. Grates Barbara
What a stunning photo. I can imagine fabric dyed like this...
These photos are beautiful! All the blog is fantastic.Thanks for sharing us. ciao ciao
You could. It looks to me like a simple glycerin and water sprayed onto a similar kind of clear plastic as used to be used by Disney artists for their gels that would be placed over the background art. As court reporters, we used it for our transcript covers. This appears to have been curved over a light bulb. The needle and thread were carefully placed in the center, and the "pearls" of glycerin added with an eye dropper. Terry
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