Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Tuscarora Tuesday


This is my favorite one of the group
and probably the oldest too.


I find it interesting that this 'modern' piece from 1948 is much more plain.

Twins!  Almost.

I like the way the artist used color beads for the tip of the large leaf, but the rest of the piece--well, kind of sad looking.   I guess a reflection of the nation's mood back in 1936. 

Have a terrific Tuesday Everyone!   Here they are predicting 92 degrees and high humidity.  I'm thankful I'll be at work most of the day - in air conditioning, probably freezing.  But if it gets too cold, I'll just step outside and remind myself it could always be worse.

3 comments:

Craftymoose Crafts said...

I'll be sharing some of that same heat & humidity with you!
I think this latest post has helped me decide what to do with my little piece!

Robbie said...

So great to get to catch up on all the blogs! And 3 in one day from you..of course, I always love your Tuesday's posts! Beautiful stuff and your beading/fringe edge is just wonderful!!!

Pursuing Art... said...

These are so fun to see! I'm glad that you are sharing about the Tuscarora pieces. I love your favorite the best too!

Hope you are staying cool, but warm! I remember just leaving my sweater at work because you'd freeze to death when the air conditioner was on! ;-)