Saturday, January 12, 2008

Cutout part 2 - The Elvish Door

(click on the photo for a closer view)
Interestingly, when I came to write on this, I did it the other way up - in the earlier photo, the greenish part is at the top. I didn't notice until I'd finished, but decided I like it this way anyway. The words are in both Elvish and English and wander all over the place - it's not my intention that people should actually stand in front of it and read them.
There's no writing on the frame nor on the verticals - it may not be apparent, but the cutout in in 4 "panels", and each one has a different design.

Now I have to think about what to do next - this is by no means finished.

9 comments:

twolimeleaves said...

Wow, very cool!!

Purple Missus said...

Fabulous. I prefer it this way up too, makes the colours look more vibrant in the photo. A brilliant end result for the amount of work you put in to it.

Joanna said...

Oh yes, this is the way up it was always meant to be! lol! It really looks fabulous.

Julie said...

Beautiful Shirley! I like the way the green floats above the base colours.

MargaretR said...

This is fantastic just as it is. I don't think you should do any more to it!

Janet said...

wow...it's stunning!

Michele said...

This is amazing!

Suzi-k said...

i wonder if it works better this way because, subconsciously green grass is at our feet, blue sky above? Whatever the reason, it DOES work better like this, it is a stunning piece and fun seeing it evolve.

Julaine Lofquist-Birch said...

Love it...