The poet knows how to play on a harp without string and after he knows how to answer to those who claim they didn't heard the music.


Lao Tseu




To complete my website which is in French, I've decided to create a blog in English.

In fact, it will rather be a Gallery, as I am a better stitcher than writer ...
All my artwork from 1999 to 2007 can be found in the Archives : November 2007

I'll add regularly some views and close-up of my new pieces.







Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Bead Journal Project - April page

I'm a little behind ...
My April page is in pink with a large cabochon and blue flowers.



The close-up


9 comments:

beadbabe49 said...

love your april page...hope you're signed up for next year too?

(I've already done the meme...look on my raining cats and dogs post...;)

KV said...

Beautifully done as always! Hope to see you again in BJP 2008 . . .


Kathy V in NM

Caroll L. said...

Of course, I've signed for 2008 !

coral-seas said...

I've loved all your pages, this one is no exception. Beautiful!

pam T said...

Oh, Caroll - another gorgeous page - and absolutely love the green series panel!!! Can't wait to see what you do next year!

Robin said...

The fiber stitches and french knots together with bugle beads and seed beads are a trip into heaven for me... And I can't even begin to say how much I love the rich, lush colors in this one! Yummmmmmmmmmmy!

Enjoyed your meme of the previous post... that's been a fun one!

Robin A.

Robin said...

Oh, I forgot to mention... thanks for posting the closeup picture. ;>} R.

Elizabeth said...

Hi Caroll,
I recently visited the exhibit of your work at the Larchmont library with some friends. It was wonderful! Your work is exquisite. My good friend, Benedicte Caneill, told me about your work, and I'm so glad she did. I hope that we can meet one day. Until then, I will enjoy reading your blog. Oh, and by the way, I have put a few photos of some of your work on my blog. I hope that you don't mind! Just let me know if you want me to remove them, but I hope you will not, so that anyone who reads my blog will see your beautiful work!

Caroll L. said...

Thank you, Elizabeth for your nice words about my work.I'm glad that you've enjoyed the exhibition.

I visited your blog and your photos are better than mine ...
Mine are all blurry, it's why I didn't put any here :-<