Recycling on a tired planet!

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Sunday, July 6, 2008

Humid weather

It was very damp this night in my studio. See what happened to my throw! :-)










...just for fun.

11 comments:

Ahipara Girl said...

I am loving this new blog Sara. I also like the new directions, while still authentically you, it is exciting to see your processes up close and personal. I am a huge fan of your work.

Margie Oomen said...

I am a huge mushroom fan. Last weekend I was in Quebec visiting my sister's cottage and it rained all day, actually it had rained everyday in June. I had never seen so many different species of mushroom in a very small area. It was magical but no fairy rings.

Joei Rhode Island said...

Oh, Sara...this made me laugh outloud...it is perfect! The mushrooms are sprouting out everywhere here because we are having such a rainy summer. I **love** the mushroom.

Joei
Rhode Island

Kiamyka said...

Hi Sara
I was lucky enough to find your Blog today just following links from other blogs. I am intrigued and will watch this closely
xx Chris

Jan said...

Oh my goodness! You had better set up a fan in there to eliminate the dampness. But no, that will spread the spores around and you shall have mushrooms sprouting up everywhere! Thanks for the laugh.
Jan

Ulla said...

Sara! I love this idea of using what you have. I think of it as a 'Slow Art' movement... wonderful fungus, wish the dampness would do the same in my home! You have magic in your country of choice!!!

Poppy said...

You made my face crack from such a big smile. I love your wit.

Jill in Florida

Sara Lechner said...

...and I loved all your comments. I was afraid you wouldn't understand the joke. my husband thought I was going to leave the mushroom on the throw! well...actually...

Helen Suzanne said...

this is hilarious. you have such wonderful humour :D

Tricks said...

Oh Sara, You have such a sense of humour, that is so funny.

How did I miss this other blog of yours up till now? It's wonderful.

I love recycling, I love the eclectic style it conjures up. It's wonderful. I want to see more of this now, I must keep an eye on what you will do next. Wonderful. Tricia

Uschi said...

mmmhhh...I LOVE mushrooms.
What about this as a throw for the meditation-hours: You sit there in silence for a long time...and the mushrooms start growing.....and everybody in the group around you would roll away with laughter ;))