Friday, May 1, 2009

Evidently

I went a bit over the top with this project. You'd think I was a Seth Groupie or something. I'm not. Never met Seth before this project. Who is this person with such a wonderful idea? The Pied Piper of bundles hung in trees, buried in the dirt, tied near sprinklers, rain dances performed and bundles watched.

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9 comments:

Robyn said...

Wow, you certainly were bundle happy! I also love the printed word and wish I had put in some flat pages with large print but am learning by looking at all the bundles.

Ontheroad said...

Great bundle(s).

Can't wait to see the next stage.

Ginny Gaskill said...

I want to open them. It's like Christmas and those are present, I am sure.

Just a Plane Ride Away said...

Gosh! Look at all those fun bundles! They all look so happy and expectant. I can't wait to see what you do with them next!

lyle said...

love all the bundles! are you a bag lady in disguise? cant wait to see what you do with it all! thanks for joining the rest of us nuts! lyle

n2theblue said...

you have such a wealth of materials to work with! i have so few i'm a bit afraid to use them.

i understand that sadness of bringing them in...and all the little critters that had taken up residence being suddenly evicted from their beautiful new homes.

p.s. i see you have an aussie~ we have a mini-aussie in our family. awesome dogs, aren't they?

Renee Howell said...

@Robyn: After visiting your dirt bundles with fabric, I'm thinking of a an additional path. In a previous life of several years ago I quilted - have a long arm. hmmm. quilt before or after?

@ontheroad: Me, too. Simple? Complex? All? Some? hmmmm

@Ginny Gaskill: Very exciting with all the bundles....

@justaplanerideaway:Good thing we have until August to create. Some time to think.

@lyle: Three or more is a collection - read that somewhere. So I guess I'm a collector. Addicted collector of rubbishly potential artifacts!

@n2theblue: I am glad I have a selection to work from. And they did look lovely during the winter, growing and changing in their own way. Yes - the Aussie - but ours is a bit on the nutty side. A mini would be nice for the size

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

I am envious of "all" your beautiful bundles because you will have a blast dividing the booty and incorporating in a new visual poem. Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

Fran Meneley said...

Hi Renee - I love that you went overboard! It is such a wonderful idea and will so much cool "fodder" to our art bins. Makes me want to make more just for that reason. Can't wait to see what these lovely weathered pieces turn into. Schools almost out! xoxo frannie