Friday, November 08, 2013

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"Go on working freely and furiously and you will make progress."   Paul Gauguin 

On the Home Front news, Baby Donabed is still hiding in his comfy hidey-hole thankfully.  
No new reports but mom is comfortable, dad is a controlled, as in OCD, wreck.  Of course he started a new job last week and Jackie left in the middle of having her kitchen painted so everything is out of place.  Oh well, it will all get done.  I should get his chart done as soon as his debut is official-  don't quite know how to deal with a Scorpio, looks like he will be a heap o' trouble from the start!  We will have to learn together.  And now I must go see about a flight to Boston asap!

Louise Riley embroiders human figures using a mattress as a canvas.  Usually in repose, these figures create an intimate experience for the viewer. Riley’s work demonstrates a fine attention to detail and color shading, rendering vulnerable and realistic characters out of linear and geometric forms. Part of her practice includes that of altering the flat shape of the mattress, creating rolls and curves in her mattress-canvas, or cutting shapes into or on the mattress.

The above embroideries are by the Netherland's Alexandra Drenth.  You will be delighted and amazed at her work and enlarged images on her site now!

Home Dec Squirrels Department-  Get it now, I predict a run on these with Black Friday looming in our futures!
Spoonflower Wallpaper???

Spoonflower squirrel fabric  HERE.  (Look closely)

Fabric appliques-  stick 'em everywhere!  Get them HERE

Yup, Squirrels as Home Dec.  The top pillow is from Design Public, the bottom from Urban Outfitters.  I don't know who is responsible for making them both green.

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