Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Don't Look Down, Just Fly!

Don't Look Down, Just Fly!, Art Quilt, 5" x 7"
© 2008 Fannie Narte

This art quilt was made as a commissioned piece for the daughter/teacher of my client, who received it yesterday, and I'm glad she loves it.

I included my description of this piece for her to present to her daughter.

This was a fun commission, and I made a new friend. She was great to work with.


Just Fly!
Fannie

5 comments:

Fantastic Figments said...

Ahhh yes wonderful as always! You know that it is one of my favorites! I love everything about it right down to the great color.


I was reading your post below and it dawned on me.... this sounded familiar. A week ago another blogger spoke of Anne of Green Gables (which I guess I am the only one who hasn't seen it) Anywho, she was also talking about kindered spirits. As always I have been thinking.. I once had a kindred spirit when I was 14 we did everything together and I mean everything. Not a day that went by that we weren't together, even if we were doing nothing. The fairytale ended way too quick for me at 15 my bestfriend got mixed up in a bad crowd doing drugs, she became pregnant,moved, and overall lost her love of life which was what I loved most about her. Ever since I have been looking for a replacment (I use that word jokingly) but to no avail, I don't think anyone will ever 'get me' like she did. I tried finding her a few times but no luck. ... She is gone but she didn't leave me empty handed she left me to TONS of memories and the feeling of being a kindred spirit.

Thanks for the post :)

Melissa and Emmitt said...

hi fannie!
oh i just love this quilt for so many reasons. it reminds me of my little green parrotlet, gilbert and the lessons both he and emmitt have taught me over the years.
we are here to play not be on pause.
xo
m

Victorian Lady said...

Fannie, this is so amazingly beautiful! Wonderful message too! Thank you for visiting me...I am so happy to have found your blogs...you definitely have a gift!

Mere

laughingwolf said...

great attitude, fannie :)

Lisa M Griffin said...

what a lovely saying to match a lovely piece of art. beautiful fannie!