>Beaded DeLorean in Space

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Thanks for all the comments on my last post! Yesterday, I actually did a little more painting, and today, I finally stitched my antique clock parts to my canvas. My beaded DeLorean time machine is not stitched to this painting yet because I’m not sure I’m finished. But, these photos should give you an idea of how it should look:

Back to the Future car DeLorean Einstein pop art beaded Victorian clock watch faces bead embroidery time travelBeaded Back to the Future DeLorean time machine.
Bead embroidery on 16″ x 20″ painting. Part 2 of 3.

As you can see, Einstein’s beaded time machine is actually traveling through the black hole toward the viewer, and it will stand about 3″ from the canvas!

Back to the Future car DeLorean Einstein pop art beaded Victorian clock watch faces bead embroidery time travel

I think it’s pretty clear that I was inspired by yesterday’s astronaut story. Perhaps this was what it looked like after Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper lost her bag of tools during a spacewalk:

Back to the Future car DeLorean Einstein pop art beaded Victorian clock watch faces bead embroidery time travel

Like the lost tools, these time pieces of the past have now entered the Earth’s orbit as space debris. What effect do you think this will have on our planet during the present time?😮

9 thoughts on “>Beaded DeLorean in Space

  1. >The watch parts, etc., give more visual aid to what is happening — I think they are an important part of this piece — perhaps some beads in the background but that may take away from the over all effect.Trust your own feelings — haven’t known you to go wrong yet with your beading.

  2. >Hi Frank! Thanks for your comment! I’m thinking maybe there should be more debris! We’ll see… And yes, the International Space Station is fascinating! I am very interested to hear about their discoveries!🙂

  3. >Hi Lonebeader! Really, the debris looks really great. A bit like the e-guitar parts that I distributed in our living room. They are partly replacement, partly a new guitar. The bag of tools lost by Heidemarie Somehow doesn’t have to worry us. I hope, they will keep the ISS up, though, because this is a really huge thing! It will not entirely melt down into droplets of metal when entering the earth’s atmosphere. Keep on beading, it’s really great !! Bye, Frank

  4. >The watch parts are great accents for this work of Art. Encore has been playing all the “Back To The Future” movies this month. Every time I run across it on the guide I think of the work you are doing.

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