Thursday, June 02, 2011

Teesha Moore Stamp

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 I've always loved the expression on the face of this stamp created by Teesha Moore.   So, several weeks ago I decided to take it to the computer by photographing the stamp,  digitally enhancing the edges  and then working it into a composition to then print onto cloth and bead, embroider and stitch.  The rest of the  images  in were from Lorie Davison with lots of alterations.      I completed one,  stuffed it with lavender to send to a friend.  This is the second one, that I'm transitioning into a needle book for a little gift for another friend.  Ribbons from Alpha Stamps, Tatting from Marsha Jorgensen and scalloped edge from a hand dyed doilie from Lorraine Stobie.

Here are a few images of it in progress from digital to cloth.



The Slightly Twisted Flower Child  - digital illustration






 
 
 
 
 

















I'll be off the grid  for a few days, take care everyone!


19 comments:

cat lacigale said...

oh wow ! I love it !

Lost Aussie said...

This is really lovely. I enjoy the marriage of the digital imagery with the fabric.

Sija said...

Wow fabulous again. Love all of it!

Healing Woman said...

I love this one Trudi. I'd love to buy one like it. Can you e-mail me a price if you'll do another one? It's just beautiful.

Seth said...

This is great Trudi. A very creative way to make this image your own.

heather noye said...

Wow! this is beautiful. Good job!!!

Lorraine@creativedaily said...

Love how you've used the image!

The Painting Queen said...

fantabulous!!!

Sherry Smyth said...

Trudi you leave me in awe. This is some of the most creative, not to mention beautiful work I have ever seen.

Sharmon Davidson said...

What a fantastic piece, Trudi! It looks like a huge lot of work! I want to thank you the lovely (and unnecessary) card you sent. I feel privileged to a part of the project.

Marilyn said...

Very nice, Trudi. I need to stop by more often to experience your wonderful talent. I love Teesha Moore's whimsical images.

Julia said...

Wow ! Beautiful techniques and I love the pieces!

Terri Kahrs said...

Another fabulous piece that will definitely be treasured by the lucky recipient, Trudi! I have it on good authority that your Muse told my Muse that you're off in a garden somewhere!!! Good for YOU! Enjoy your break away from the Matrix!!! Hugs, Terri xoxox

layers said...

Hi Trudi, it has been quite awhile I know.. I have been away from my computer for some time - several different reasons.. so I apologize for not commenting sooner. Your work once again is fabulous.. so creative and so detailed. I can tell you are doing well. It has been awhile since I have written a blog post so I have much to get caught up on. take care and keep up the wonderful work.

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

Lovely progression and thank you for the beautiful post card...your spirit now resides with me in my Whispers and Echoes Studio. Peace, be with you! Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

Tumble Fish Studio said...

S T U N N I N G! Oh my goodness, Trudi. How you find the time and inspiration to be so "on" in everything you do . . . oh I wish I knew. Have I ever told you that you amaze me?

the weekend artist said...

Wow I love what you did with this! So glad I found your blog.

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Cynthia Schelzig said...

What a gorgeous piece...the one below too...stunning indeed!!

Shayla said...

Your blog is filled with such creative and inspirational images. You are talented.

XOXO