A Norfolk Journal

I’ve mounted the stitched pieces from my Norfolk week very simply on an open canvas, no frame; this is the bulk of my stitch journal from that week in April.  It makes a very muted piece and wouldn’t mean much to anyone else but it’s on my wall as a reminder of that particular reflective moment in time and that special place.  A good example of those times when the process of making is at least as important as the outcome; in fact, thinking about it, that applies to most (all?) of what I do.



4 thoughts on “A Norfolk Journal

  1. But it means a lot to us! The process is evidenced so beautifully and gracefully. Much contemporary art does exactly this (so I learned at the recent study trip). Plus this clarity of your own artistic vision is worth so much! to me it speaks of walking quietly but observantly in nature.


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