Monday, 14 November 2011

A small adjustment and hopefully a slight improvement.

I added another 'rock' in front of the very dark bit and a scattering of tiny dull beads. I think it is an improvement.
I realised when working on this, that I'd worked the previous stitched photos on slightly larger canvases but have none of those left. I'm trying to make use of the stuff I have and not buy more. The extra size gives a bit more room for additions and makes things much easier when adding the stitched elements. I must remember that in future.
A short post today as I have just posted on my other blog. I haven't been able to email my tutor yet as they have a malfunction in the email department. Hope it will soon be fixed.

9 comments:

Maggi said...

The additional rock definitely grounds the lower edge (no pun intended!)

The Weaver of Grass said...

Beautiful Heather - you always seem to see when your work needs something adding or taking away.

Carol said...

Wonderful Heather,

Ro Bruhn said...

Gorgeous, I love the technique of working over the edge.

Lynda Howells said...

Just come across your blog..love your workxxwaving from Putney in Londonx Lynda
http://chocolatelifeandjazz.blogspot.com

Maureen said...

Trying to catch up on my blog hopping Heather, I love your little rustic book!!!

Val said...

Just been catching up Heather. I love your Little Rustic Book pages - so much detail. Your photographs of where you live are gorgeous and that tree stump, WOW!
The framed pieces you've been working on look beautiful - are they for a prticular exhibition, or for you?

Robin Mac said...

Sometimes worrking on a smaller version makes a worthwhile challenge - your picture is lookingeven better with the new rock. Cheers

Carol Q said...

always interesting how a small addition can make such a difference to the balance isn't it. i really like this Heather and how it creeps out of the frame