Monday, October 28, 2013

Mermaid of the Pearls

 
 






 

 
With iridescent fins and scales as stunning as any mortal evening gown, a rapturous sea nymph rises from the depths clasping a cache of saltwater pearls to beguile her land-bound lover. On a background of softest seafoam, with a wing-shaped fin worked in shades of fuschia, periwinkle and teal, she is a part of the mysterious, impetuous sea captured forever on canvas....Nora

She takes my breath away!!
 
Happy Stitching!
 
 


5 comments:

Elizabeth Andrus said...

Oh my goodness! I am beyond excited to see these close-up photographs of your stunning work. I am new to cross stitching and will soon begin to work on the South Seas mermaid and am so happy to see what to expect when attaching the beads. Thank you so much for sharing! Elizabeth, Creative Breathing

Titti said...

Wow!! Complimenti,è meravigliosa, e quante perline!!

The Maiden said...

This post takes my breath away! I have always been fearful of all that beading, impressive work! I especially love all those angles, you really get a sense of the project!

Carol said...

Thank you so much ladies for your very kind comments! Welcome to the stitching community Elizabeth...I always love to see a new stitcher. I will be checking your blog and watching for your progress. No need to worry about all those beads...it's just one at a time and boy do they really add to your project! Wishing you all well and happy stitching!!

Dea said...

This is amazing, yours has inspired me to try one of my own. I hope that mine turns out as nice as yours.

dea