"Hush. Can you hear that? A flutter. A tinkering bell. Something flies past. Too quick to see. Follow . Running quickly. Something magical lies ahead. A trail of glitter falls from the air. Suddenly all is still. Eyes wide open. So small she is. Wearing green. Wings light and dainty. Little puffs on her shoes. … Continue reading “Pixie Dust” – 45x45cm Hand Painted Head Scarf by Ma’at
"Music playing. Feet moving, tapping. Body swirling. Wine flowing. Laughter and talking. Make-up and glitter. Sequins and beads. Dresses shaking. Champagne exploding. Jazz hot and cold. High and low. The hours pass by. Girls on all sides. Twirling around. Blurring faces. Movement and bright lights. The clock strikes twelve. Bright busts of colours light up … Continue reading “At Midnight” – Hand Painted Silk Scarf by Ma’at
This is one of the scarves I re-painted. I wanted to share some pictures of the inspiration behind this design and as it's lavender harvest time over here, it seemed appropriate. Are they not beautiful? Now back to watercolour . . Have a creative day! M FIN
You can't really call this a new listing as it's been live in my shop since July but it's the first opportunity I'd have to post pictures of this set of scarves on my blog, so better late than never. Because of my love for history and in particular my interest in reading about ancient … Continue reading Hand Painted Silk Head Scarf “Phoenician Purple” by Ma’at Silk.
In my post today, I want to introduce everyone to this new range of silk paintings. Live in my shop as I write They began when I bought a selection of different size silk scarves from my craft suppliers. One by one I found a use and home for each of the four sizes, untill I … Continue reading Introducing Silk Paintings. Two New Listings – “Jazz Band” and “The Singer”
Time for another scarf post. This is still a catch up article. One more till I've got through all the scarves in the shop. When I design a pattern, like the one seen in these, I usually plan a set of three colour ways. I don’t know why but I like working on odd numbers. … Continue reading “Tower Purple” and “Forest Green”
Hi, I thought it was about time for another post on my work. This is as they say, a catch up. These two scarves are not "brand new" and have been available on my shop since it opened. When I design a pattern, like the one seen in these, I usually plan a set of … Continue reading “Sunrise at Giza” and “Along the Nile”
Hi Here I am back again with my first post on scarves. When I design a pattern, like the one seen in these, I usually plan a set of three colour ways. I don't know why but I like working on odd numbers. The narratives that go with them also fit well into three. Every … Continue reading “At Seven Pm” and “At Six Am”.