March 17, 2010

A Magical Garden

This is starting to get a fairy tale quality about it.
I have a "story" in mind but I want to leave it up to the viewer to create their own interpretation
or story line that suits them.
Also this makes it where the story can continue to grow and change
and that makes it more interesting for me as I work on it.

4 comments:

Kaye Turner said...

Yes, it does look very fairytale. There's such a lot of work in it already! Those triangular shapes are really effective.

the wild magnolia said...

Absolutely beautiful work. Our imagination can call up whatever we need in garden of our life.

Sandra said...

That's nice telling a story.
The fairies lived in the forest and one morning they saw a beautiful light shining through the trees, it was quilt architect's creative light that brought them to life.

Kari said...

I love the wonderful theater you are making with your magic garden. I, too, think I would have loved to have gotten into set designs for movies or stage. The video of Winston's top with Catherine watching was too cute for words. I think the creativity you have nurtured in your kids is fantastic! xo Kari