Tuesday, 3 July 2007

haiga - light


A collage of old magazine images and reused wrapping paper to illustrate a haiku. The haiku is one of those I posted for One Deep Breath earlier this week:

clouds across the sun -

shade and light patchwork

the fields.



Light for Inspire Me Thursday

13 comments:

Cheryl said...

I just love the way you recycle magazines and other bits of stuff! Very nice!

Pilar said...

When I first looked at this piece, I thought it was a lady dancing in the sunlight. I then realized it was your phenominal placement of collage! Great job!

get zapped said...

A splendid piece! I too saw a woman with arms spread swaying in the light.

Pattie Mosca said...

I saw her too!!!!! Wonderful collage piece...You have to love it when images appear for all of us to see!

Sorceress said...

Wow you've got a way with paper!Great stuff.

gaby said...

You have been tagged by me.
Please visit my blog to see the rules.
Thanks!

Marcia (MeeAugraphie) said...

I want to try that. You did such a great job of it, I love that your words were within a cloud.

Lea Antonio said...

Such clever use of collage and negative space. So elegant in its simplicity.

Crafty Green Poet said...

Thanks everyone - glad so many of you can see the dancer!

Cheryl - yes I try to use recycled/reused/reclaimed materials as much as I can.

Gaby - thanks for tagging me, but I've answered that meme or others like it already....

Patois said...

I want to be that lady dancing. Excellent work.

Roswila said...

Nice addition, that collage!

Wendy said...

This is really beautiful. I'm so glad you stopped by my blog so I could find yours!

Inland Empire Girl said...

Nice recycled collage. That gives me an idea to use with students in the fall. They love to create collages which may inspire some writing.