Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Doodles - a road back



This is one of a few doodles I did when I was on the phone and in free moments. It was part of the journey back to my art work in earnest. I must frame one of them and put it on the wall to celebrate their importance. They mean a lot to me because I could only do a little section at a time really slowly. It then moved into little drawings. Then I discovered the Everdaymatters yahoo group and my art work became part of my everyday celebration. What a joy.

9 comments:

SCquiltaddict said...

wow this is cool...

Anonymous said...

Oh definitely need to frame this! I love your little details in each block. What a PERFECT reminder of the beginning of your journey back to art.

Nina Johansson said...

This is so cool! I immediately saw a landscape from above in it, very inspiring. Congratulations on your new blog, I´m looking forward to seeing more of your work!

Mariana said...

A great doodle quilt! I've just joined the EDM group too and am already so inspired by the friend;y advice and comments so I know what you mean. It's wonderful to have like-minded people to share the journey with. I hope to see much more of your work!

Mariana from NSW
http://mrana.typepad.com/bitbybit/

Anonymous said...

Very nice, it brings to mind both an aerial view of an interesting place, and a unique patchwork quilt with a story to tell.

Many thanks for the heads-up about EDM. I am tempted to draw as my own drawing attempts need inspiration and technique.

Alison said...

Make a copy of it before you frame it, in case you want to add colour, or put bits of it in a collage or something - it's so visually exciting.

Anonymous said...

Your art work is beautiful! I'm bookmarking your blog to keep up with in 2007!--Carol C

Casey said...

This is interesting - it feels both like a landscape and a quilt. I want to see where you'll go with this.

Lubna (UK) said...

I loved your doodle. It was so intricate and detailed and my fist impression was that it looked like a quilt. Actually wouldn't mind having a quilt like that! Anyway,I loved reading your journal entries and will be bookmarking it as one to dip into regularly.
Peace for 2007!