Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Hello Yellow



A mixture of yellow... the first one is a monotype using a gelatin base from my "sacred vessel series". The second one is a gathering of experimental stamped squares, adding stitches, beads and tossing in my stamp palm trees! The third one is my favorite...a wedding veil as in a found fragment. The base is painted cloth that was at one time a curtain. The bottom prints of olive tree leaves  pressed into a gelatin base and attached with silver thread. The beads are clear  and turquoise and silver. It draws me into a dream of desert weddings with beaded veils...mystery. For the fun of visiting more 'YELLOW' sites stop by Julie and Jennifer for links.

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  1. Hi Mary Ann...oh how I love your yellows!! Very mysterious...

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    1. Thank you so much Julie...I was going for mysterious!

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  2. Lovely pieces & nice use of yellows.

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    1. Linda, Thank you...yellow, darker yellow is a favorite of mine.

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  3. A great selection of beautiful yellow art pieces, Mary Ann. Each is lovely in its own way, but that wedding veil is exquisite!

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    1. Oh Sharmon, Thank you, great comment and much appreciated!

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  4. I like your ""oriental" yellows. Indeed they're mysterious!

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    1. Eric, Thank you for liking these oriental yellows!

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  5. oh...I nearly fainted with delight
    so wonderful!

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    1. Suz, Thank you for your delightful words!!!

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  6. un beau travail...en jaune...

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  7. Lovely rich yellows! Especially like the clear yellow in your sacred vessel.

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    1. Thank you...I sketched the trees one day near the beach and then used that sketch in making the monotype.

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  8. What lovely yellow pieces you've shared with us, Mary Ann...each so special & so very different. The veil is, I think, my favorite - I do love the imagined story behind it...the mystery!

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    1. Thank you so much....I love art making as much as I love story!

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  9. Love your work :-D cheers from Western Australia

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    1. Cait, Thank you and cheers! Will visit your blog!

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  10. El velo de novia, me gusta :)

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  11. Love the yellows indeed Maryanne! Especially the sacred vessel. Always i am drawn to your vessels!
    Sending my very best to you... so rare a visit to the blogosphere these days....
    S xo

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