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Friday, 27 April 2012

Unwritten Poem


As promised, this is the finished version of my "Unwritten Poem" canvas. Or at least, finished for now - I always feel I could carry on adjusting and adding to my canvases forever!
  As I posted previously, it's inspired by my favourite words; many of the little boxes contain dictionary definitions as well as scraps of re-cycled paper and bits of tiny ephemera. More detail ...
I'm submitting this canvas to a local open exhibition tomorrow, along with this one that I made earlier, as they used to say on Blue Peter ;)
Wish me luck!

10 comments:

  1. I agree totally about moo.com. I can't imagine getting my cards from anywhere else. I'd love to do their postcards too but I'll have to save up for that!
    Best,
    Jenn

    PS. Goodluck in your exhibition, I love your pieces, especially the tags. So cool!

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  2. Oh they are both divine... I love that the little boxes contain meaningful words... and yes good luck for sure...

    Jenny x

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  3. good luck on the exhibition my fren!! your work is always refreshing to the soul!! :)

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  4. I love it when you do his sort of work- the boxes were such a wonderful idea! And of course I am enamored of your tag canvas- beautiful! Good luck with the exhibition!

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  5. They are both gorgeous, Angie. Good luck (tho' I don't think you need it!)x

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  6. Oh your creations are always so inspiring and you know I just adore these intricate ones! Best of luck Angie, I'm sure they will be adored by everyone!
    ♥Sharon

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  7. Thanks everyone - your kind words and encouragment mean a lot :)

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  8. i LOVE the unwritten poem... i would love to see it in reality, to see all the little, little details...
    just gorgeous :)

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  9. Ooohh, love the 'unwritten poem' Angela, so pretty and sweet.

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  10. I love the 'unwritten poem' Angie, it's lovely.

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