A very ornate setting; wonder what it felt like to sleep in that room?!
how wonderful!!!grtz, Hilde
Adoro! Joana é muito talentosa!Léia
Wow, beautiful and creative.
oh wow, that is so neat!
You say "Maria Pia," I say "Mama Mia!"This takes "ornate" into a whole other world! Who would hand-crochet a giant bee? Better yet, "Why?" :)Very dramatic, for sure. But I can't imagine one would get much sleep with such a thing hovering about.Especially if you had your "honey" with you! :)
BTW, thanks a lot for that post yesterday. I want you to know I was singing and humming "...and the band played on" all day and Lois, too! Sheesh! :)
That is fantastic and so creative indeed! Don't know how I'd feel with a bee that large in my bedroom, but then I'm not a queen!!! Great post as always, JM!
Hmmm...giant bees in the bedroom, not something I would enjoy. In fact I think it might spur some nightmares. Loved your story about the trip to Egypt. It does sound like you had quite an experience.
I do not like most of her work, but can't help admiring her fantasy and creativity!
That's nice, but a bit too big for my bedroom :)
Love that rich room and the bee!
Hmmm ... I don't want it to my bedroom :)
Crochet? Wow! Takes yarn bombing to a completely different level. This is no doubt a queen bee, right? haha. BTW, thanks for the tip on ROA; I see what you mean.
Love the bee and the bedroom though I'm not sure I'd want to sleep in there! :-)
What a combination! Super shot and rather unusual content, I would have to say.
I am always amazed by what people like when it comes to art.
I love it! Mostly I love the room.
What an odd setting ... makes it more fascinating.
The blue bee is much more my style for a restful bedroom rather than the queen's sumptuous yet sombre black and gold.
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