Monday, March 15, 2010

Bark Bag

Finished and hanging to dry (made with c-1/pelsull)

Detail

Finished on table. Ready to dry.



the resist is in the body of the bag. This originally had lots of colour as I was attempting to add some "wow" to the brown. I woke up this morning and decided that neutral was the way to go. I am very pleased and, as with each piece, I learned something along the way.



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7 comments:

Lynn Sponagle said...

Love it. The neutrals work well.

Ginga Squid said...

Beautiful Andrea - I love the texture.

Sweetpea said...

Dang, Andrea, I do not know HOW you come up with these things...this is so entirely way waaaay COOL!! LUV IT!!!

OliTa said...

fantastic bag and really love your colours.

dawn said...

Good morning Andrea,

Well, just when I thought that I couldn't love your work any more than I already do, you come up with this! While I adore your museum quality pieces, this is truly art that one can wear...Absolutely spectacular.

Your class participants are going to be thrilled to be taking your class.

I'm inspired for the day...Now, just need a little coffee:-)

Clasheen said...

Gorgeous bag Andrea, is it very heavy?

I have nominated you for the Sunshine Blogger Award over at http://clasheen.wordpress.com/2010/03/16/playing-catch-up-planning-tomorrow-blog-awards-and-some-inspirational-blogs-for-you-to-enjoy/ as I always look forward to your inspirational felt and gorgeous photography!

Andrea Graham- Feltmaker said...

It is very lightweight! Thanks all :o)!

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