Window-Artwork by dochtersions ()
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In our previous house we had a large window, so you could watch the hal.
But I didn't like that seeing through, so I asked Karel to make mount-points into the frame-work.
By using macramee-rope, and various other types of materials (f.e. cork, beads)
I made an artwork in the window. It was a brilliant result.
Unfortunately, Karel threw it away with the move.
Oh, men, they throw everything away, huh?
Anyway, when I found this (I guess Apo-) fractal in my background folders,
I had to think of that 'knotted window'.
I would like to wish you a very happy new year.
That your wishes will come true.
That you all will feel blessed, and feel happy about how you are:
so valuable in your whole being.
Again: Thank you all very much!
p.s. I don't feel happy, I always fight to remain optimistic despite of all those PTSD symptoms;
however, after more than two months still experiencing diarrhea, I'm a little depressed.
I will fight again, but maybe not being around here very much.
Image Comments (28)
Mies, This is a wonderful image my friend. Thank you for sharing this re-creation of one of your memories. I am very sad to hear you're still not feeling well, and I will continue to keep you in my prayers. Hope you and your family have a safe and Happy New Year
All our best wishes for a better and healthy New Year ~2013~, your suffering ist just heart-breaking to us ... Your abstract fractal reminds me of some frozen and broken skin, like something from a 'CSI' T.V. show (Criminal Scene Investigation) very cool, Jacomina New Years greetings for ~2013~ BB
Bad Karel, lol!not all men are created equal, my brother and I don't throw anything but trash away, you could almost consider us "hoarders" in a sense, lol! i have a program that does exactly what this image render looks like it's called "liquib", freezing things is just one of the effects! excellent work here Mies! may you and Karel have the best during this New Year! keep on keepin' on hon!:)*5