A Wildflower Tapestry

There are countless talented fiber artists in the world, and I have always admired those who create art in the form of tapestries and quilts. It takes inner vision to see a work of art, and great patience to make it a reality. Many of us have the ideas but fall short on the execution.

wildflower textures

On a recent walk in a local park, I photographed this image of the wildflowers that were taking their turn to bloom. Blue-violet was the theme of the week, and went well with the various shades of green and brown in the vicinity. I am always struck by the richness of texture that is displayed in nature.

This scene inspired me to imagine a tapestry project. Yesterday I spent an hour or so walking the aisles of a local craft store, mentally cataloging the available supplies. I noticed the embroidery thread when I was buying some yarn. Then I looked at my photograph today, and remembered the assortment of media available to express this vision. So much variety of texture and color calls out to be captured and celebrated.


About Joan Marie Naszady

I am a learner, a teacher, and a naturalist who enjoys being creative!
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