More old boats

Or parts of them. This is a small rusty boat. Lots of acrylic paint and Markal stick on discharged cloth. Quite difficult to cut up the fabric as it looked so good. It has inserted pink silk – which was too much and had to be knocked back with a thermofax and black ink.


And the next one – a real experiment and the jury is still out. I FMQ’d it and I am not sure that was the right thing to do. I also decided to shape the edges. That made it really difficult to photograph as the white felt on which it is hung looks grey.


And my last creation of the week – a hat with pom-poms to go with a clown’s outfit. Don’t ask. It is not for me!


Well, Christmas is coming and my husband has to stand in the street and rattle a tin.

Wide Horizons

I have just been told by Gul, the Wide Horizons organiser, that the exhibition will be going to the USA and be shown at seven venues – WOW!!

So my piece, Taste of India, will be better travelled in the States than I am!!! Here it is – not sure why I didn’t blog it when I was accepted into the competition in August for the European venues.


Happy travelling.