Friday, May 18, 2012

a pulp finale

 this is my last installation for pulp redux that I completed for Lisa Sarsfield's book...









28 comments:

Rhonda said...

Oh Lisa, this is beyond beautiful. You do inspire us like no other.
What a wonderful way to start my weekend, gazing at your newest creation.

Caterina Giglio said...

absolutely gorgeous...

suziqu's thread works said...

To my eyes this is beyond amazing. I love all the different elements used, the threads, fabrics, sheers, ribbons, feathers, wire, etc. etc. and the way it has a deep three dimensional effect framing the nest.
Lisa will be over the moon to receive this exceptional work!
You are such an inspiration to me Lisa,
Hugs,
Suzy

stregata said...

This is absolutely delicious, Lisa! So very beautiful and begging to be touched. Awesome work!

The Feathered Nest said...

Gorgeous....absolutely breathtaking Lisa!!!! Thanks so much for sharing sweet friend, so I can drool ~ hugs and love, Dawn

Tina @ TinyBear Studio said...

This is absolutely stunning Lisa - I´ve been reading about the Pulp Redux project and loved everything I´ve seen. Such an awesome project. Love all the details in yoyr work.

Lucky Dip Lisa said...

I am so very lucky to have this wonderful piece at home!
Nice to see you blogging again.

Sandy said...

Wow wow wow wow wow wow I´ve missed my words. What a wonderful and very creative art project Lisa.
This is extraordinary. Love all the fabric and the details. Perfect job.

Have a lovely weekend.

Dorthe said...

Dear Lisa, there are only those words coming out my mouth: AMAZINGLY STUNNING, a collection of total beauty and wonderfulness.
You are a fantastic artist!
Hugs,Dorthe

mairedodd said...

wow -
i would really love to be able to touch this lisa... while photographs have to suffice here, it calls to be walked through gently and slowly with the fingers...
an incredible amount of work -
like birthing a 10 lb. baby!

sukipoet said...

amazing. thanks for showing the close ups of details. inspiring for sure.

ArtPropelled said...

Wow! Your work is amazing Lisa. 5 of 7 is particularly beautiful.

Elizabeth said...

Fabulous luscious LAYERS!!!

Guriana said...

Absolutely breathtaking!!!:)))
I love...love it!!!:))

xox
Guriana:)

ger said...

Ah, so you´re back... I especially and a lot like the last photo...

Dorthe said...

Dear Lisa, hello again- just wanted to say I have Pinned some photoes of this gorgeous piece, and that I hope it is ok? if not I will take them off my board again.
Happy day, and hugs,Dorthe

Suzi Smith said...

ooh... so many layers & textures... love it!

layers said...

once again you have filled your book page with lots of textures and rich layers...

Barbara Jean said...

wow!! that piece is amazing!!!!

Glad dawn, at the Feathered Nest showed it, so I found you!
off to see more!

blessings
barbara jean

Seth said...

Spectacular. Sensational. Beautiful. Truly a work of art Lisa. And a collaboration to savor forever!

Catharina Maria said...

I love this so much !
Love from the Netherlands ♥RINI♥

Connie said...

My, but you know how to work magic with fiber and things of nature. I am follower #307. How can that many people be wrong? The answer is they can not be . . . you are amazing! Please accept my invitation to visit my humble blog. I would love to have you as a follower, but only if you see something worthy of following. Keep making this marvelous art. Connie :)

Connie said...

Hi Lisa, Thanks for stopping by and thank you for following my blog. What a sweet comment you left . . .about us still looking like newlyweds. Oh, I have a photo that we took on our honeymoon and my hair is wild and I'm wearing bell-bottom pants. The 70's had some crazy fashion. We thought we were sooooooooooo cool, back then. LOL
Have a great week, Connie :)

Mya.L said...

This is absolutely wonderful - lovely installations! Glad I found you.

northierthanthou said...

very cool!

Belladonna said...

It is absolutely stunning!

Wendy said...

This is stunning Lisa. Beyond anything. I only recently found your blog and am in awe of your work.

Hugs, Wendy

Shelley Whiting said...

I love all the texture. It looks faded and vintage. Beautiful work.

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