Thursday, 16 January 2014

embroideries of old times

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11 comments:

  1. Tremendous series. I gradually fall in love with the pattern without realizing it. It is a subconscious love.

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    1. thank you, Ruth, it is indeed a special place there, a forgotten room out of my friend's childhood (it is now closed, and nobody enters there, she showed it to me when i visited her childhood house in a mountain village).

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  2. sunt acelea care cred eu ca sunt? initial,am vrut sa scriu ca si eu cunosc acest model de perdele,care mi-a insotit copilaria-si cred ca acestea sunt perdelele! intotdeauna sunt uimita sa vad cum re-apare ceea ce cunosc sub ochiul tau; si de fiecare data ma simt mai bogata,de fiecare data simt cum, la fel,se brodeaza ceva care prelungeste universul meu pana la nevazut; si tot de fiecare data sfarsesc prin a simti ca,dincolo de toate acestea, cunosti povestile sau le spui intr-un fel pe care eu il stiu, asa cum ai simti alaturi de cineva aerul si tot restul intr-o incapere goala,proaspat data cu var.
    nu stiu ce pot spune mai mult.

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    1. da. ele sunt :-)

      "asa cum ai simti alaturi de cineva aerul si tot restul intr-o incapere goala,proaspat data cu var." cred ca este cea mai frumoasa definitie data afinitatii dintre doua suflete... nu am s-o uit niciodata.

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  3. beautiful Roxana this is another one of your masterpeices of textile.it leads me to dream about the seeing of memories through the veils of the mind interlaces of the weavings of the heart and mind and the crumbling of time to stardust.
    new year kisses still.

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    1. thank you Madeleine, your comments on my textile works have always been very encouraging and inspiring to me :-)

      good bye~~~

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  4. these are absolutely stunning, amongst your very best-and that's saying something!

    b.

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    1. why, b., that is unexpected!
      thank you!

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  5. wonderful, tender - after all the senseless years of abandonment to still witness these
    patterns of home the light prints daily upon the thick whitewashed stone wall. ahhh,

    such beauty and contrast breaks me. thank you.

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    1. you are right, Tanja, "patterns of home", if i had thought of these words i would have used them in my title :-)
      i am so happy that it has touched you so much.

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  6. J'aime beaucoup ce jeu de lumières au travers des dentelles du rideau.

    Amitiés.

    Roger

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