Saturday, March 28, 2009


I have no idea what I had in mind for this. I just pasted papers and added various elemements. The woman is a transparency. I think this could be a "key" to a secret of hers. Who knows? I like working with a grid type composition like this. Everything is somewhat neat and orderly. I also like chaotic asymetrical compositions. I tend to decorate my home in an asymetrical fashion. This translates to: when I hang pictures, I point and hammer the nail. I don't measure. A friend gave me a tiny punch (top dragonflies). And I do mean tiny! I really like the punched paper used with the rub-on big dragonfly.
Hope you are all having a wonderful day!!!

6 comments:

Seth said...

This is beautiful. The composition and the colors are very striking.

Diane said...

This is positively stunning! I love everything about it! Incredible, Marilyn.

Barb said...

Wow, love this piece!

Two Dresses Studio said...

Marilyn - this is gorgeous! I too like the grid you've developed. It does seem like a narrative about the woman. The dragonfly is wonderful! I love the analogous color choices.

purplepaint said...

Marilyn - I love this! Very cool! And love all the colors! Marva

Michi, Orange County, CA said...

Ohhhhhhhhh . . . Marilyn! This is OUTSTANDING! I LOVE it! The colors . . . the design . . . the images . . . the technique . . . it's all WONDERFUL!
THANK YOU for visiting my blog! YES!!! MIL#2's attendants are doing that geometric stitching and Iris Folding, etc. . . LOL!!!!! Once they get the technique . . . I can run off and do other things and they just play all by themselves!!!! I'm glad you liked the necklace!!!!!