Friday, 2 April 2010

kathleen dustin . . . . purses

a perfect pile of purses
all inspired by nature
by
she wants her work to get folk to
pay attention to the details in mundane objects
i think she succeeds perfectly

11 comments:

JJ Beazley said...

I worked at a theatre for fifteen years. The bar and restaurant area doubled as a gallery space, and one of my jobs was to hang the exhibitions. I worked with a lot of artists during that period and found many of them to be highly egotistical and competitive. A few of them were downright nasty.

Your blogs are showing me a whole new approach. Your world is one of mutual respect and sharing, of taking delight in the creative potential of the human spirit, and of wonderment at the sheer limitless of that potential. These purses are simply amazing, and I wouldn't even have known they existed if you hadn't shown them to us.

So, many thanks on behalf of everybody.

Stella Pesci said...

These are so beautiful...incredible workmanship!
Have a nice weekend!
Stella xx

LJ said...

She's pure genius.

Needle Woven Studio said...

Brilliance!

Tammie said...

These are incredible!

Lori Saul said...

What amazing fairy folk purses- very beautiful craftsmanship and design!

Theresa said...

Beautiful!!

Jasmine said...

These are beautiful. I had plans to make autumnal fare felted purses last year but only got as far as one berry bag. This work is something else though. beautiful! xJ

Kaye Turner said...

These are amazing...

ruthie said...

jeff, what can i say, thank you! would that the whole world ran more on mutual respect & sharing;-)

Morgaine le Fée said...

I've never been so found of purses, but these ones are really a WoW-experience, very close to chocolate cravings :)