Monday, 5 November 2012

Starry Universe





Starry Universe  -  Wall hanging : acrylic paints,sequins and quartz crystal beads on calico.












Detail

Artwork photos by Zoe Alexander.


Andromeda


Perseus



Stellar birth


Images   -   Wikipedia,Galaxy groups and clusters.


11 comments:

Charlotte said...

I really like this Ruby, especially the spaces between the focal points. Images from the galaxy are just fantastic aren't they. We live in such an amazing place.

Palomasea said...

Just amazing....if only more of us looked up at the stars each night...
You have captured the peace and the sparkle of it, dear Ruby!
Magical...I actually have been considering adding a bit of fine glitter to my canvases, I just may do that...
Thank you, dear friend, for your lovely visit...you are so kind.
I was just thinking back to that post recently...I may have to do another, but perhaps a virtual visit to my actual apartment this time...hmmm...
In the meantime, I would love for you to join me for a cuppa! :)
We are cold, gray and drizzling here too...
Hugs,
- Irina

biebkriebels said...

Another nice piece of work from you. Like the fabrics and the shining stars to it.

cosmos said...

When I saw the first picture, I thought it was the same color in the stream in the gorge I saw the other day! The stream in the deep mountain has also a starry universe.
I understand your inspiration from the beautiful and mystic and dramatic universe ! A beautiful and peaceful work of art!

Forest Dream Weaver said...

Cosmos,I noticed the colour and pattern connection in your photos.....the cobalt blue water!

stardust said...

I love this “Starry Universe”, Ruby! I think I know how you got inspired. Universe is not a dark and empty nothingness but living organic extension of stars and planets. The Galaxy photos colored by computer graphics stir my imagination about the wondor and mystery of the universe. Wish you have starry nights.

Yoko

Hettienne said...

Dear Ruby, thank you for dropping in and leaving a comment. take care, blessings, Hettienne

This is Belgium said...

pretty cool and interesting

louciao said...

The wall hanging really does capture the feeling/look of the night sky...the sense of that star-filled universe out there. The close-up reveals a brilliantly glowing planet, circled by moons and stars, floating happily in space. Makes me dream...

Forest Dream Weaver said...

Thank you for your comments.......have a good week everyone!

Ruby

snowwhite said...

Whenever I see the immense universe, I cannot help thinking how sweet the tiny and blue planet is. But, she is not a lonely planet, because I believe we are not alone. Seeing the starry universe, I felt as if I had been seeing her, our planet from the orbit. Ruby, superb!!
keiko

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