Carol Gonzales' Flowers in a Vase
Tulips on a Bag
Created in cotton thread inspired by spring flowers
Original artwork by
Dina Kassel's Riot of Flowers
Georgia O'Keefe's White Calla Lilly
Harlequin Lupine was inspired by a photo taken by a friend of mine. She photographed a good many of the embroideries on display on my website and in appreciation for all her efforts I embroidered this one for her. It is currently on display in her home. www.photosbycarolsue.com
Flowers in Threads
The Flowers in a Vase were inspired by a friend's painting which were then interpreted in threads. It was created in honor of my friend Andrea as a "chemotherapy graduation" gift. She selected the painting and afforded me the opportunity to participate in her recovery process in both a real and symbolic way.
Flowers in a Vase
Georgia Okeeffe's Black Pansy
The playful Whale was inspired by a greeting card but worked on while sitting in the Butchart Gardens, a group of floral display gardens in British Columbia near Victoria on Vancouver Island. The day was sunny and the flowers were gorgeous, creating some of them in thread almost put me in a trance.
Flowers in Blue
Interpreting works of art, both great and small.
PAINTING WITH THREADS
By Dina Kassel
Dorothy’s Rose in threads
based on a photograph of the roses in my friend’s garden.
This one was made especially
for Dorothy with great
Georgia O'Keefe’s Two Austrian Copper Roses, while they resemble to poppies there are clear differences. I created this thread painting for my friend Ken for his birthday in 2006.
O'Keefe's Calla Lily
Georgia O'Keefe’s White Calla Lily was an amazing challenge to thread paint in shades of white. I saw some of her artwork when visiting New Mexico and find her flowers particularly intriguing and sensual.
Georgia O'Keefe's Two Austrian Copper Roses
Field of Poppies
Chagall's Bouquet of Flowers
Antelope Canyon as interpreted in threads by Dina Kassel. Based upon the photo below.
Dina Kassel's Antelope Canyon
Field of Poppies (calaniyot in Hebrew) reminded me of my childhood in Israel where they bloomed in spring. I loved them then as I do now and was inspired to create them in threads circa 1980-1985.
"That's how the light gets in" ...
a verse from Leonard Cohen's ANTHEM