Thursday, July 29, 2010

The Journey

Have you ever stopped to think:
"how did I get to this place in my life?"

The last two days have been a whirl wind as I have been making art and trying to pack up as I have to leave in a few days to teach.
I have be working non stop in my studio. I can hardly believe that I made 5 pieces of art over the last few days.
Below are three that I can share with you now.

They are class samples for "the Journey" workshop that I will be teaching next week at
art unraveled in Arizona.
(there are still a few seats left if you would like to join in.)

Lover of My Soul

This class is based on my earlier body of work so these little books are packed with mixed media. It was interesting for me to revisit my old work as I geared up to create these books.

I hope you enjoy looking at the mixed media free standing wire books bellow and if you want to see all the details take a look at the slide shows for each of the books.

"Lover of My Soul"

Lover of My Soul

Lover of My Soul

"Joys are our wings"
joys are our wings

joys are our wings

"Since July"


“You will find as you look back upon your life that the moments when you have really lived are the moments when you have done things in the spirit of love.



Honey Lamb and I said...

I hope you bring some of your work to The Creative Connection so we can be in awww! Love everything you do!

Lynn said...

Inspirationally beautiful work. I Love your black stitches that change design mid stream...

martha brown said...

I CAN'T WAIT to take this class of yours Ruth! I'm off now to pack some buttons, more embroidery floss... some clear vinyl, old letters, WooHoo!

Angie: said...

Wow! These are so inspirational! I especially like the first one! Lovely!

cathyb said...

Ruth - you bring things to a whole different level - unbelievable - I love these wired book
PS. the video on your blog makes it difficult to view your posts (I had the same problem)

Anonymous said...

Oh I love this woman!
Every time I see one of your piece of art i think that I will make (copy) it!
Can you ever excuse me?
Greeting from an italian fan.

connie said...

loving the use of wire. theses are fabulous!!