Saturday, November 21, 2009

Backgrounds at the Lisa Workshop

I made a little movie of the backgrounds--because I love to use IMovie. It's so fun to make movies! Here are the painted backgrounds on different types of fabric..some muslin, some drill cloth, etc. I plan to letter on some of these and maybe put together another collage quilt. Thanks for all your suggestions as to what to do with the Lisa quilt. I think backing it on some dark or black fabric and hang it---on a stick! Yep!

9 comments:

Mary said...

absolutely breathtaking!!!
everything about that little video was beautiful, the work (of course) the way you showed them to the music!!

PaperPumpkin said...

Beautiful! Relaxing...inspiring. I will come back to this video again and again. Thank you.

Elizabeth said...

Martha!! This video is awork of art of incredible works!! Thank you so much for sharing!! When are you going to start teaching these back ground techniques??? SIGN ME UP!!! I love them all and they are perfectly goprgeous with your wonderful calligraphy. I am goping to pull out my markers and practice as soon as I get my Holiday sales items finished up!! You ahve so inspired me!! I love the effects that you got her. Was it spritzing wiht water after painting?

I do so love your blog and your wonderful video's !! Keep them coming!!
Smiles for you weekend and a Very HAppy Thanksgiving!!
Elizabeth

Carol Sloan said...

I love the colors that you used Martha. We'll have to get together when you come to Greenville and have a Show N Tell!

noodle and lou said...

hey sweet and TALENTED martha!! just swingin' by to wish you a happy weekend! xoxo...jenn

jgr said...

Excellent!! I love the artwork and the video!!
Thank you for sharing this. Oh, when you think of the last name (cousin in Duluth) just let me know-and I'll keep my eyes out for her, you never know!

Poetic Artist said...

Wonderful. I am glad I found your blog.

LeeAnn@Encouragement Is Contagious said...

You are so talented Martha! Wow! This video is beautiful and so is your piece of art! I am amazed everytime that I visit your blog. You sure inspire me.

Lee Ann

Debbie said...

This piece is just beautiful! Love the video too. :-) Have a great weekend!

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