Tuesday, October 27, 2009


I'm Having such a wonderful time
playing with felt right now.It just feels so warm and sweet.I created two little books going up tonight on Ebay.The first "With a thankful Heart", and the second "One" Inspired by the Mary Oliver Poem.

"One" by Mary Oliver
The mosquito is so small it takes almost nothing to ruin it.Each leaf, the same.
And the black ant, hurrying.So many lives, so many fortunes!
Every morning, I walk softly and with forward glances
down to the ponds and through the pinewoods.
Mushrooms, even, have but a brief hour before
the slug creeps to the feast,before the pine needles hustle down under
the bundles of harsh, beneficent rain.How many, how many, how many
make up a world! And then I think of that old idea: the singular and the eternal.
One cup, in which everything is swirled back to the color of the
sea and sky. Imagine it! A shining cup, surely! In the moment in
which there is no wind over your shoulder, you stare down into it,
and there you are, your own darling face, your own eyes.And then the
wind, not thinking of you, just passes by, touching the ant, the mosquito,
the leaf, and you know what else! How blue is the sea, how blue is the
sky, how blue and tiny and redeemable everything is, even you,even your
eyes, even your imagination.










































8 comments:

Blondie said...

These are amazing! I would love to have one that has vintage visuals of the Salem Witch Trials for the Crucible unit I teach! Kori xoxo

Brenda LaBell said...

Cat, these are very unique. I love them!! Sure hope you do more.

Brenda

Debrina said...

So delicate amd beautiful Cat...

DW Quilt Art said...

Felt! What a great idea! I know I have some felt somewhere in the mess I call my studio :-) Must try it :-)

Cathy ~ Tadpoles and Teacups said...

Beautiful! And your blog is lovely!!

Cathy

The Vintage Sister said...

Lovely little pieces. Great details!
Thanks for stopping by:)
Tracy

in the light of the moon said...

Thanks Everyone!!!See what happens when the kids leave a few squares of felt lying around!!( : Warmest Regards,Cat

The Folk Art Tree said...

Cat, Your blog is engaging, poetic, beautiful and fun....I'm so happy you stopped by and said hi! Discovering other people's art and vision always encourages me to keep creating.... and to go update my own neglected blog!