is for Quill,

Although that’s not actually a quill, because it’s an appropriately sized pigeon feather I found in the garden – still, that’s a “found object” so it makes me dead trendy in modern art terms, innit?

I think I might have accidentally included some ancient eygptian hieroglyphics with the feather Ls, which seems appropriate enough, and the little fox stealing the quill bearing goose is, of course, from the Luttrell psalter.

~ by opusanglicanum on September 12, 2017.

3 Responses to “Q”

  1. Goodness, yes, “found objects” seem to be terribly trendy at present. But also, sometimes, useful, and the right thing to do. I can see what you mean about the hieroglyphs. But “fusion” is a thing in dance and cookery, so why not embroidery too?

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