She knew I love textures and looked for them especially. I began by sorting some of them into texture piles. These I think of as poetic textures.
This assortment seems to me to be strong texrures with a clear statement of purpose.
And these are fun and almost silly.
In the process of sorting, I came up with the idea that I will turn this serendipitious gift of inspiration into art beads and share what I make with you in my next Inside the Studio post on Art Bead Scene scheduled for March 25. That is just a little over a month away and should be time enough for me to show you what I made and how I did it. I hope you like the process of creating as much as I do and will look forward to seeing what I come up with. I have not made a thing with these shells yet so it will be a real adventure.
When I ventured outside this morning after the storm was over I found so many images that pleased me that I began taking pictures. The ice was different than usual, it was dripping and making patterns.
And more patterns.
And watery. When I got up close to the trunk of this tree I could see water moving along the tree's bark under the ice. It was exciting.
And the sun cast its shadow on the snow.
This tree which we planted some time ago looked so sprightly in that field of snowed over ice, that I have decided to add it and these other photo images into the inspirational mix and see how they come out as well.
Thanks so much for stopping by today. See you in about a month with some art beads inspired by sea and ice.
Fab post, Mary. What a good friend: those shells are super inspiring. And the snow-y images - I can understand why you had to get your camera out.
Lovely inspiration. Look forward to seeing your new creations! xo -- Julie
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