Saturday, 3 April 2010

Crows at Sunset


I went to the felting art group today and did this needle felted landscape. I wanted to do brighter colours on this landscape (than the last one I did click here) and a warmer sunset sky. As I love crows and ravens which always remind me of Wales I added them too sitting on a heather rocky wall or flying into the sunset over the sheep below.


I just had to take a photo of Kath making her huge wet felted scarf..this is going to shrink to half the size .....cant wait to see the end result as the textures on it are superb



I bought these lovely Easter flowers yesterday as I love the eggs in the nest which I can always use in a mixed media piece!! Have a good Easter and pig out on chocolates after all its only once a year!

10 comments:

Sid said...

Love the felted effect and the crows/ravens on this piece. The colours are fab !

Chris said...

oh oh oh I'm so jealous... I've been dying to have a go at needlefelting but haven't managed to get the stuff yet.
I tried some wet felting a while ago at an art class and I LOVED it.
What a fabulous piece of art you created...its totally beautiful...well done you:D
hugs
Chris xx

Sue said...

Very very nice indeed - Just love this Lorraine. Wanting to have a go at this ....

Janet Ghio said...

I love your felted piece. The sky is beautiful!!

lisa fulmer said...

really great landscape...i've been playing around with needlefelted "painting", will demo it soon on cool2craft

jenny said...

Wow and wow Lorraine, your felted piece is absolutely stunning!!! Happy Easter to you too...
Jenny

Pearl Maple said...

Happy Easter, lovely creative projects you are sharing with us in your blog space. Mixed Media Monday is the best fun for meeting artistic bloggers.

Hels Sheridan said...

Gorgeous felt...wish I could thread a needle let alone use one properly LOL Happy Easter hun x

Pat Beaumont said...

another gorgeous felted piece - and cant wait to see Anne's scarf
I have antoher major decorating job so my feltmaking will have to wait till after woolfest
Happy Easter - enjoy your chocs

Plumrose Lane said...

You did a wonderful job on the felted piece, love it! As someone who's struggled with felting in the past I'm entirely impressed! That scarf is amazing too, can't image how long the final piece will be, wow!
♥Sharon