OH NO! NOT ANOTHER FLAMINGO!

OH NO!  NOT ANOTHER FLAMINGO!
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Oh Adele this is beautiful & has really cheered me up and brought a grin to my face. Lovely colours and I have never heard of this type of Art before - you never fail to amaze me. Well done x x

A 'flaming' flamingo Adele, (who ate all the prawns!) :)

Looks a good technique too

Wow Adele, this is fab! Such beautiful colours, you are doing ever so well with this craft, very clever as I know how hard it is to do. Well done.

Thank you Donna, Carole and Margaret. I thought the flamingo had been at the carrots as I had never seen such an orange one before!

Just lovely Adele.

Thanks Henry and Gudrun. Still clearing up the errant fibres!!

Really lovely!

Thank you Linda.

Well this made me smile, Adele, because it lovely and because I too have done yet another flamingo! I enjoyed reading your profile too. Thank your so much for commenting on my work.

Glad you like it Sian. All fun - which is what arts and crafts are about.

Thank you Dermot.

Amazing work ... and you have used felt...so original!

Thank you Lucy - glad you like it.

Wow Adele, this is amazing!

Glad you like it Teresa.

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21/04/2017
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Medium - Fibre Art on Felt - Size - Approx. 14" x 11". I couldn't resist this vibrantly coloured flamingo which I had downloaded from Pixaby. I have subdued it a little (artistic licence) because it was a little too bright for me. Only the second fibre art painting I have done and a real challenge for me as I wanted to show the feathers - simple I thought, thinking of paint applications, only this isn't paint! I shall now have to take out the vacuum cleaner and clear up all the fibres which are clinging to everything. How can so little go such a long way?

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Adele Elgood

When I was a young girl my parents had a large mirror which had an etching of a "crinoline lady" on. I would spend hours copying this. In the 1960's when I was at Secondary school, I was told to give up painting and drawing as I was useless and would never be any good. Following these words of…

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