Friday, July 30, 2010

When it Rains, It Pours - Inspiration

As I type, there is another thunderstorm outside with rain so heavy it's difficult to see across the street. This seems to have become the norm this summer. Lots of precipitation this year. Record snowfall last winter, now record rains. This past winter, when my environment was nothing but gray and white, I spent the time creating with that in mind.

North Wind is one in a series of work from my winter contemplation. Matted and framed to 8 x 10, it is made of silk from Japanese wedding kimonos, hand dyed silk, hand dyed cotton, rayon threads, beads and pearls.

When surrounded by snow, my creative spirit took it in. Water, in it's frozen state. Now that I'm surrounded by water in it's liquid form, what might my creative spirit do with it?


  1. Hi Becky,
    I love the silk from the komonos and the effect of snow with the beads. Quite refreshing to look at it now in this heat!

  2. Thank you Judy. I really have enjoyed creating this series.

  3. What a gift you have. It's great to see you honoring it here. Peace and continued good things for you in creativity and in life.