Monday, July 12, 2010

Work In Progress

More work in the "Family Ties" series.







10 comments:

Lynn Weathers said...
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paddysdaughter said...

I love the cross shaped buttons - I don't think I have ever seen ones like that before. This piece is lovely.

Jeannie said...

Family ties is so beautiful. I find it moving and I don't even know the inspiration behind it!;-) The tatted edging is amazing. Hope you are enjoying your summer.

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Lisa said...

Wow this piece must be HUGE! I really like this section.

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lyric said...

Lisa - it's only 8" square. The finished series will hang together though. 9 pieces, each mounted on a 12" gallery wrapped canvas.

Jen - thanks for the mention - I'll definitely add my blog.

Jane LaFazio said...

9 pieces! displayed together! oh oh oh, I'm loving this series!! the torn white cloth over the red is really really lovely. great stuff, Lyric!

Roxane Lessa said...

such beautiful handwork!When is the whole series going to be displayed?

lyric said...

Lyric Art
showing at
Herb Young Community Center, Cary NC
Nov 23 - Jan 24th

Funny about goals. I have two for this year. 1 - make the blog worth reading. 2 - have a solo show. I didn't specify any more than that and DID get a show but it isn't in the ideal place. Great time of year though - and the reception is on the night of the tree lighting ceremony which is right next door. Either way I will have enough work in a series that I will have a better chance at getting a good solo show somewhere. It all works out for the best.