Thursday, November 26, 2009


"cupid.left.feathers.flew.turkey.love"

Sampled from Mick's October 20, 2009 image - "Cupid's Reliable Map."

In a day of reflection and gratitude, I want to let you know how much I appreciate your comments, your art, your inspiration. I am glad we have met and that we share our passion. A warm embrace all around the world, as we prepare for the holidays and for another year to end. My best.

Happy Thanksgiving. Breathe peace,

10 comments:

The Green Stone Woman said...

I love your collages, John, and I;m always happy to see one. This one is especially nice with its satisfying blend of colors and silhouettes of trees. I don't know how you managed the feathers, but it's a neat trick and gives a nice result. The dark blue squares are my favorite and I hope to see them back in another collage maybe? I hope you had a nice Thanksgiving and that you enjoyed the pumpkin pie especially.

Mick said...

I'm always amazed by these sampled quilts, John, and I'm particularly impressed at the new work you've created from "Cupid's Reliable Map".

Four Seasons in a Life said...

What a wonderful tribute to our turkey's and I am delighted we connected.

Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving Day filled with the laughter of family and friend and lots of great food.

Egmont

Sue O'Kieffe said...

i was just on my way over when you stopped by. im glad to see a collage on your site today. so *john*
im glad to know you and to be part of your circle of art friends.

sue

jgy said...

Same to you, many thanks for your inspiring site and sharing your images and reflections.

Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving along with this revised equation

e= JM + bb X (NY to the third power)*
+ Q


*insert these variables: Penn Station, LIRR, and MOMA

translator.jgy said...

energy equals John Mora plus blackberry times New York to the third power, variables as shown

exponentially expanding

ps.I forgot this part.jgy said...

plus Quilt

layers said...

the day after Thanksgiving-- the holiday season has begun-- and you are right-- with all that is wrong or going wrong in the world-- there is much to be thankful for-- my new blog friends for sure...

Lucky Dip Lisa said...

And we appreciate you too:) I count myself fortunate that our blogging paths crossed.


Every comment I write requires most words to be re-written often, dang typos...I make more than you:)

Frances said...

Peace indeed. your quilt has peace and movement and light. Thanks for making it.