Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Continuing on with a new book

So brown and rust are well and truly part of my making right now; they feel very soothing and gentle to me and we are old friends.

This new book is taking shape or form a bit; progressing here, wandering over there; coming back to start again...

I love it when I have time to meander my way through the making - letting what happens just happen.

In no particular order of sequences, the book reveals itself in small parts to me.












Lots of options, plenty of potential; no real decisions yet.

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    1. A meandering beginning Mo but at least we have begun! Go well.

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  2. no decisions = just waiting... it will move places...

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    1. So true V, sometimes you just have to sit still and watch where it takes you next, go well.

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  3. mmmm - love where this is going. x

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    1. It feels warm and interesting so far....

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  4. wonderful - I'm loving the rusty bits and book pages; can't wait to see where they take you.

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    1. Thanks Sharmonaon, must admit I am feeling a bit like an observer on this one so far....

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    1. Thanks Jill, fingers crossed it continues...

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  6. Moving bits and pieces around ... looking ... a lovely pace for art making. Glad I stopped by.

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  7. Mmm - my favorite stage! Looks like you have some fun ahead of you - and enjoy where you are for now, Fiona!

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    1. Thanks Lisa, it is a real pleasure to leisurely explore things...

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  8. I love these waiting brown rings - so many possibilities - the best part but a little scary till something settles itself ...

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    1. So true Charlton - lovely but a little scary. Hopefully the right possibilities will appear and I can take the next steps. Go well.

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  9. Sometime starting is my favourite part but I must admit I look forward to seeing where you go Fiona.

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    1. Starting and exploring without pressure to decide is a fun place, hopefully the next part is enjoyable too Liz!

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  10. so many wonderful rusty pieces put to good creative use...

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    1. I love the rust Donna...it speaks another language but one which we all hear.

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