Monday, December 03, 2007

More Felted Landscapes

I’m finally getting around to posting again. Sorry for being so lax. Anyway I thought I might as well show the other two felted landscapes.

















This one I call Autumn Meadow. I have a terrible time of coming up with titles for my art. It was completely hand needle felted.

















This beach scene is based on a Claude Monet piece. It is hand needled felted also. Both pieces measure approximately 5 x 7 inches without the matting.

25 comments:

Joanna van said...

Really lovely Micki!

Doreen G said...

Micki these are so beautiful.

Pat said...

Mmm Summer,makes me want to walk right onto that beach.

Alis said...

Oh Micki these are so lovely.
I just love the beach scene.

Karoda said...

Your work with the embellisher is some of the best I've seen.

Waltraud said...

Wonderful art, great!

StegArt said...

Oooo, I love that beach scene.

kay susan said...

Lovely Micki, especially the view of the beach.

Annica said...

Great work Micki! Both of them are really nice!

Conni said...

Lovely work...

Fran├žoise said...

Beautiful! The beach scene is my favourite.

Gunnels blog said...

I see you really have been busy with your needlefelting! Beautiful! I have almost forgotten my embellsher this autumn! Maybe next year..........

Kim said...

I like them both... okay, really I'm more partial to the beach scene. I like the blending of the blues.

ANDREA said...

Thanks for your comments on my blog, so that I could come her and discover your wonderful landscapes. Micky, they are like those beautiful, dreamy painting of the Impressionists. I love the way the felt (and you) render the contours very soft.
I have put your blog on my favourite bloglist now, so that I'll come to see you regularly:) Have a great week
Andrea

Granny Fran said...

Kim, your needle felted landscapes are delicious! That must take a lot of time when you do it by hand.

Gina said...

These are lovely Micki - can see the Monet influence.

Lorraine said...

Your work keeps getting better and better. I can't decide which ones I like the best although I think I'm partial to the money inspired one done completely on the Embellisher, the beach scene -- love the blues in the sea and sky and the holes only make it better! I'm mad about the desert scape, but your last one is so interesting with the 3-D effect. Bravo Girl -- you are making some gorgeous art. Landscapes are my favorite thing to do. Whew; you put me to shame.
Lorraine

Eve said...

Awesome work! I've never tried felting but I almost want to try now!

Susan said...

Hi!
I agree with other comments...these pieces are just getting better and better. You truly have an excellent sense of landscape, depth of field, and natural coloring. Thanks for sharing!
Susan

Kay said...

Lovely, lovely. I prefer the first because it is more apt to bring back a memory for me, but both are terrific. Of course, unlike many of the other comments, I know nothing about the technical challenges of these. I just like the results!

feltedfibers said...

Love your felted landscapes the colours are beautiful.

Wild Thread Studio said...

These felted pieces are incredibly wonderful! The colors, textures and compositions are really appealing. You have a real calling for this medium.
Denise

Homeleightigger said...

Hi Micki - Your felting is awsome - I just love it! Val

Cara said...

gorgeous! I am putting your url in my message group, they will love these!

Sue Steiner said...

Lovely! I really like the beach scene.