Saturday, October 06, 2012

Loopiland Arch

Planet Loopiland's sea reflects its sky.  A monolith arch is also reflected in this stormy early morning scene.  One of the planet's two moons is setting as the sun rises.  Loopsters lurk below the surface.  I was going to add one poking up his head, but liked the scenic as it is.  This piece is 12" x 15" .  The arch is made from 3 layers and is my loop.  It is sewn to the background along  the bottom but just tacked on the top, so it had a 3D effect.
Comments welcome.

11 comments:

Cynthia Ann Morgan said...

It's gorgeous, Linda. Great job...so luminous and dimensional!
Cynthia

Catherine Lewis said...

This is amazing Linda! I feel like I am there! Thanks for showing us what a beautiful planet Loopiland is!

Marilyn Wall said...

Love it

fastfriday said...

Just the right fabric choices! You really get the feeling of reflection in the water, which is usually hard to do. Great job.

Robert Hartley

CD MacKenzie said...

Wonderful sense of depth/dimension in your piece Linda!. The fabric background is beautiful, as is the shadow under the monolith arch. Visually, it is stunning, and I feel as if I am in another world when looking at it!

SusanPI said...

I love this- the depth is amazing. Nice imagination thinking of the 2 moons.

Pam Harris said...

Very nice quilt. You did a great job with the shawdow. Great background fabric!

Tobi said...

Great use of a simple color palette, giving a feel for Loopiland as a water world with one of its stone arches.

Marilyn Wall said...

Linda love this piece. One of the few serious ones. The fabric choices were great.

Meena said...

Great colors and beautiful piece.

Susan B said...

What they said: gorgeous, dimensional, beautiful