>Beading Back & Forth

>beaded White House trees oval canvas pop art painting barack obama first dog boston bead Portuguese water dog

It was hard to concentrate last night with all of these celebrity deaths taking place. It is all very sad, but life goes on and I must keep beading! Above you will see the progress of my beaded West Wing trees. They are really starting to grow!

beaded White House trees oval canvas pop art painting barack obama first dog boston bead Portuguese water dog

Now, I am beading back and forth from west to east & back again in hopes to make both sets of trees look different yet similar. It’s funny, when I look at my trees up close, I’m not so sure I like them! But, when I put them next to my beaded White House, I think they look great – kind of like a beaded Monet effect!😉

beaded White House trees oval canvas pop art painting barack obama first dog boston bead Portuguese water dogSemi-beaded White House relief painting. 24″ x 36″.
Bead embroidery mounted on oval stretched canvas. Work in progress.

Guess I’ll just keep beading and see what happens next!😀

9 thoughts on “>Beading Back & Forth

  1. >The trees look great and are very artistic! I really like them and how they present themselves against the White House too! They are unique, Diana, and that makes them really special!Keep on beading…I think you'll love them when you are done!Isn't it weird…I find that I'm not quite sure I like what I am beading sometimes too…and then I just tell myself to keep going…you probably will like it in the end and I usually do! :)I'm learning that trusting an idea and not listening to my inner critic is huge! It seems to be my worst enemy.Just…Dance like nobody's watching. ~Joseph JoubertJust…keep beading like nobody is watching, Diana…~Lisa😉

  2. >Oh, yeah! I think they look good and also understand that you don't like them. It is perfectly understandable. I always feel like that and sometimes it works and sometimes not!

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