Friday, June 21, 2013

Extraordinary Window Views- UnRuly Cloth & Canvas

Extraordinary Window Views- UnRuly Cloth & Canvas

Extraordinary Window Views - UnRuly Cloth & Canvas Milliande Art Studio #textiles #cloth stitch #fibre #art

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Windows
Views
Perceptions

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Extraordinary Window Views - UnRuly Cloth & Canvas milliande.com  #textiles #cloth stitch #fibre #art


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walking the hills
extraordinary
window
views
offer
glimpses

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Extraordinary Window Views - UnRuly Cloth & Canvas milliande.com  #textiles #cloth stitch #fibre #art

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enticed
a lifting of the head
 yields

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Extraordinary Window Views - UnRuly Cloth & Canvas milliande.com  #textiles #cloth stitch #fibre #art

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One and One
Side and Side
Open and Open

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Extraordinary Window Views - UnRuly Cloth & Canvas milliande.com  #textiles #cloth stitch #fibre #art


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Stitch 
Unravels 
Deep Seated
Random Ness

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Extraordinary Window Views - UnRuly Cloth & Canvas milliande.com  #textiles #cloth stitch #fibre #art


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She who sees
through Concrete
Windows

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Extraordinary Window Views - UnRuly Cloth & Canvas milliande.com  #textiles #cloth stitch #fibre #art


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lessening 
a more of 
making more 
of less

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Extraordinary Window Views - UnRuly Cloth & Canvas milliande.com  #textiles #cloth stitch #fibre #art


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the awakened eye
perceives nothing
perceiving 
eyeing
stitching
breathing
releasing

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Extraordinary Window Views - UnRuly Cloth & Canvas milliande.com  #textiles #cloth stitch #fibre #art


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circles
stacked
cycles
stacked
needle
in a stack
unfound
yet felt

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Extraordinary Window Views- UnRuly Cloth & Canvas
Art Studio Play 

milliande :-) 

9 comments:

  1. i like windows paired with a face... and the many-layers you use to create your windows are wonderful

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    1. thank you ... yes pairing seems to be a theme at the moment .. pieces created separately and then paired to reveal a story ... hmm pondering pairings :-)

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  2. What wonderful work, thank you for the amazing close ups of the dying and stitching! I was wonderful how big She who sees Tthrough Concrete Windows is?

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  3. thnk you for visiting :-) glad you enjoyed my sharing, " She who sees through concrete windows" is about 40 cm x 50 cm or thereabouts :-)

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  4. I like how you transform the fotos into stiches, only like some hints and you can see what is meant. It creates a special atmosphere.

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    1. Thank you, I am glad you enjoy my sharing :))

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  5. i am so taken with this. words fail me in expressing how utterly amazing your work is. i am so glad you share this. thank you

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