Saturday, 12 March 2011

Return to Eden - Poetry Readings

"Return to Eden"  -  textile wall hanging  -  acrylic paints, beads, gold thread.

"Return to Eden", displayed at the Golden Thread Poetry readings, during the 2010 Edinburgh International Festival.
The venue is the 19th century St.Johns Church at the West end of Princes Street.The church  hosts an annual
 Festival of Peace and Spirituality welcoming a wide variety of events and performers from around the world.


snowwhite said...

This is the most beautiful textile wall hanging I have ever seen!! It is singing Joy of Life. I wish I could see it in person!

Thank you for your concern.
I pray for no more loss and no more suffering of the people.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your comments on my site by the Owls. Yes it takes a lot of time and patient to make these pictures. It looks so easely on my site, but people haven't any idea about the work. But, it's my pleasure to do so as Photgrapher.

Your pictures are nice moments, art which I like very much..

have a nice weekend,


Henk Knibbeler

biebkriebels said...

That is a great honor to have your art displayed in that place.
Thanks for your comment. Have a nice weekend, Marianne

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Your art is perfectly placed in this beautiful, elegant church, and I love seeing it in its full size. It is quite appropriate that a festival of peace and spirituality would include your "Return to Eden." Congratulations, my friend.


Deborah Lawrenson said...

That is spectacular: such a bold, joyous statement.

Sally Tharpe Rowles said...

It is beautiful to see your work displayed in such an impressive & spiritual setting. Very powerful! You should feel very proud.

...louciao... said...

What a gorgeous and appropriate setting for a beautiful and joyous piece of work.

Forest Dream Weaver said...

I had not intended showing these interoir images,however I'm glad I did,it adds another dimension.
Thank you for your inspiring comments.

Best wishes!

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