Exploring nature and the cycles of life
Wow! How prolific you are! How many felt pieces do you have going at a time? I have to send a link to your site to my friend Diana - she also specializes in felt and I know she'd love your work as I do.Re: Your question on my blog - if you click on either of those logos you'll find all the info for both events. I know Día de Bloglandia will take place Nov. 1 & 2 this year, and the shrine auction will be in the spring, but lots of people tie the 2 events together. For the srine project: http://corazon.typepad.com/recuerda_mi_corazon/2009/08/time-to-shrine.html.: ) lulu
The body of work you are building up with painting in felt is quite wonderful - this piece is just splendid.
It´s incredible! I had never seen such a "naturalistic" image on felt, moreover, I didn´t think they were possible. I agree with LK, you are prolific!
This is wondeful. I love it. Have no idea how to felt but I feel the urge coming on. Good grief I better hold off until I finish what I have started. Your work is fantastic. Sharon
That is really beautiful, Jasmine!
ooooo, very nice!
Lulu - Thank you. I'd love to see your friends blog. I love looking at other people felt creations. Anything felt, I love...Susan - Thank you :)Aleph - Thank you, I was surprised myself at how this piece turned out.Sharon - Finish what you are doing before starting, for after felting there is no turning back! You will be hooked. Just look at Grrl and Dog...Delphyne, Thank you :)
this is gorgeous!
Thank you Shadow & Crafty :)
no word Jasmine ... this is really fantastic . i loved all the details you got !!
I love rual sheep. They have nice rug
All I can say is... wow!
WoW Jasmine! this is fantastic it looks so life-like, clicking on the first pic shows the depth.. so beautiful :)
Amazing, it's unbelievable that this can be done with felt... My sister is using felt to make a patchwork quilt for the baby she has on the way. I'll have to show her your work, though I doubt she'll be able to create pictures in the way you do, I'm sure she'll find it interesting :)
oh my gosh, jasmine... your work is exquisite - every single piece! this ram is so, well, perfectly ram like, and it has so much life and energy. wow...
Caio - It is a real compliment from an artist such as you :)Jukka - Me too. Suzi - Thank you. Nice to see you here.Green Whisper - You know I took the photo's within moments of each other. I took the felt into the garden (which is very shady) and found a spot of light, unfortunately not big enough for the entire picture. I got one photo and then the sun hid. It's amazing the difference the sun can make when photographing felt. Scrybe - Congratulations to your sister. If she is anywhere near as talented as you I think she will work magic with felt :)Lynne - Thank you :) x
beautiful. me likes.
This is quite stunning! Your work is so beautiful.Annie
Hello Jasmine, Your felting is outstanding and so very realistic and glorious. You have such a natural eye for creating in wool felting. You have definitely found your media in art. Hugs judy
Absolutely stunning! You make lovely work.
Beautiful. So how does this work? Do you weave it and then shrink it in hot water? My mother made me a feltd bag. She knit it and it was huge and then boiled it.
she is looking sweet, your welsh sheep.sweet but also headstrong:))
Hello Jasmine. Wow! The ram is beautiful - well done in capturing that look in his eyes. Clicking the image to full-size reveals the stunning colour combo and you just want to run your fingers through its softness!
Your felt creations are stunning.
You talented Soul, you.
Thanks for your comment. I'm pleased to have found your blog and your amazing felt.
this is amazing. just so magnetic. i keep staring at it. love it!
i LOVE this!
seemed i have missed this great piece of work. you're working on a great collection with all those felted 'paintings'! xxxD
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