Monday, November 1, 2010

Nights Cloak

The night is wrapping her woven cloak around us earlier now that the clocks have turned back. What a marvellous cloak it is, embroidered with delicate starshine, steeped in indigo and milkyway. She is an enchantress, casting a spell over the far northern and southern hemispheres with her rainbow silky aurora dances she hypnotises all who fall under who spell.
My three new hearts are decorated with her dancing. Oh, and hares as I have had so many requests for more 'hares'. :)





I will be listing these very shortly in my Etsy shop here
And I've finally got around to finishing this, which will also go into the shop too.





 Happy November to you!  x


19 comments:

  1. oh karen, they are all wonderful :)
    My 'Halflight Hare' hangs by my desk to inspire me every day. One day I shan't be able to resist buying him a friend :) lol

    I love you did to that frame aswell!
    xxx

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  2. Wonderful hearts and hares...the colors are perfect for winter skies.

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  3. What beauty! You have a wonderful gift my dear!

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  4. They are gorgeous, and also the ammonites. You use shapes and things that I also love and inspired by you I have begun to experiment in the craft I do, so thank you ♥

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  5. Your work is just magical!

    Julia x

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  6. Beautiful, as always, Karen!

    Happy November to you too!

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  7. How can you bear to part with any of them - they are delightful and your prose too is like a beautiful story book.

    Jane

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  8. They are each a story, an inspiration and a journey into another world...

    Charming and beautiful, as always!

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  9. All your art works appear out of some emotion - beautiful and strong that you give us as a gift! Wonderful pendants and painting!

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  10. These are so beautiful, I must visit your shop. Thanks for the hares, I adore them. (and moonlight!).

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  11. Thank you all lovely kind people for your sweet comments :)xx

    Julia.. I'm so glad you are still enjoying your halflight hare. :)x

    Lizzie...Oh I am pleased that you are getting inspiration and experimenting. Your stained glass is so beautiful! x

    Cameron...Thank you :)
    I'm sorry I didn't get back to you about the trade you mentioned. I love the idea of them, but normally say no, as I would never make any pennies, as there are just too many beautiful things out there! ;)x

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  12. Very exciting new pieces! I'm so glad you are feeling inspired. Lovely. :)

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  13. A joy to visit you here, as always. Your delight in the ways of nature is so infectious but I think your respect for it is what shines SO BRIGHT.

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  14. Lovely words, lovely art and lovely music :)

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  15. Your artwork is breathtaking....

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  16. Those look beautiful. The clocks won't be going back here in the US until this weekend. I always find it funny how there's a weeks difference between the two countries.

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  17. Your work never ceases to still my heart. It is so breathtakingly beautiful, and I love much of it is bathed in a soft shade of blue. I'm so happy that I can some of your work my own. Even if I cannot own it, it still makes me so happy to look upon it. Theresa

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  18. Karen!

    By writing on the frame it now becomes part of the artwork as well!

    -Dean

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