When we still had Lo-e ,our beautiful 45 foot diesel cruiser,we used often to travel up Pumicestone Passage and anchor where we used to experience the most wonderful sunsets:
Behind the Glasshouse Mountains,and reflected in the waters of Tripcony Bight,these are my attempts at portraying a special place.
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
Finally,my landscape cards are ready to travel toSweden,Ireland and the USA.I have tried to give a feeling of our Australian landscape
from the Northern Territory;Western Australia and Queensland.
The first two are stylised version (artistic licence?) of Edith Falls in NT.
The third is of a part of the Westralian coastline,with it's sandstone "islands".
The fourth card is an area that calls deeply to my heart: the Glasshouse Mountains.This is meant to represent Mt Tibrogargan.
Posted by Maureen at 5:28 pm
I feel the piece is too bland.
However,it's been a long time since I used a six strand embroidery cotton for quilting: not the sort of thing that works with a #9 quilting needle,but rather requires a 23 crewel.
Posted by Maureen at 12:25 pm