Sunday, October 2, 2011

Saving Daylight

It'a always a bit of a shift when daylight savings starts.  It 'gets late early' as my mother says.

Today I was invited to a mega veg cooking class and lunch.  The food was fantastic.  I was invited by one of the women from work.  It's strange, but I see three of the people from work outside of work, but getting them all together in one place would be pretty difficult.  They are very different people.

In the mean time, here's an embroidery I did years ago.  It's based on Elizabethan costume and a weird etching I done done.  It was a combination of computer stuff, etchings, printings and embroidery.


And for a bit of novelty, here are some gorgeous creatures I picked up in Wagga a couple of years ago.
They're lovely.  Made of plastic and wire.  I think they were made in Africa.  The images behind them are from me, and the thing in the frame is a beautiful silverpoint drawing Ruth Hingston http://www.craftact.org.au/portfolios/artist.php?id=285 . She does gorgeous stuff.

2 comments:

The Elephant's Child said...

Weird creatures from Wagga Wagga fits somehow. And you are right they are lovely.

I also loved the cat like faces in your combination embroidery creation. Just gorgeous.

Cat Drawings said...

Love the little orange things. They sit on my mantle piece with lots of arty stuff.

I'm back to the embroidery again and having fun.