Sunday, October 12, 2008

Sunday Song With Willow Creek Dress



I want artist Robin Barcus Slonina to have six wives so she can create 24-7. I can't cook, but I'll stitch for her!!

October 16th- Just realized I hadn't put her link so you can see the other amazing things she does. I was just captured by this Ophelia happening, but you can go see the rest by clicking on her name.

12 comments:

redchair said...

Hi Dina,
That’s wild! They needed a helicopter or crane shot of her in her foliage dress and ‘yes’ she could definitely use your sewing witchery.
Vikki

Eric S. said...

That's cool, willow art. She has quite a vision or imagination. There was some gorgeous scenery in that video. Beautiful country. I bet they got some good still's of here in the creek.

queenlint1 said...

Vikki,

This speaks to the concept of an artist's colony. I've dreamed about the idea of having acreage strewn with individual homes of various medium artists with common areas for sharing both chores and costs.

An onsite gallery would be lovely, too.

The reason my house got in such a jumble to begin with is that I was working 24-7 and had no time to be Martha Stewart!

D

queenlint1 said...

Cowboy,

They could actually take some stills from the video. The country is beautiful and made me a bit homesick for the mountains!

D

tashabud said...

Hi Dina,
Hm...That's interesting. Great video presentation though. The landscapes look a lot like Wyoming.

Tasha

queenlint1 said...

Tasha Beauty!

The landscape is indeed Wyoming! I love the serendipity of your vacation with this artful video both being there.

Blessings,
Dina

redchair said...

Well think about your artist colony located here in sunny California. I'd be one of your first residents- I promise!
Vikki

queenlint1 said...

California would be a lovely place for a colony! Great weather and close to the ocean!

D

tashabud said...

Wow, that's amazing Dina, that I get to see one of our state's artists all the way to your blogsite in Florida.

Tasha

C. Robin Janning said...

Oh Dina!!

This is just wonderful. Thank you for the post!

Robin

queenlint1 said...

Tasha!

I told you that it was serendipity!

D

queenlint1 said...

Robin,

Hey Beauty! Isn't this great?! I love her going to this small creek to make her art an event with nature!

It's about time for you to post on DWJ again!!

D