Friday, September 4, 2009

Spanish Madre in Blue


I'm reading a book translated from the spanish of the author, and set in the city of Seville, Spain. The book is called "The Seville Communion" and the author is Arturo Perez-Reverte. The translation is very good.

I haven't been to Seville, but part of Kansas City, Missouri is designed around the architecture of Seville.

It's really lovely, and ancient looking. I love the earthy colors, the many beautiful fountains and the ceramic tiles in the Kansas City Plaza, which is my image of what Seville must look like.


So my mind must be influenced by the images in the book. The author is very descriptive. I can just picture the church that is the main theme of the story.


So I think that's what caused me to come up with this focal brooch. It can be worn as a pendant or pinned on as a brooch. It needs a lovely cross or something as a dangle from the bottom loop.

Or maybe the key that reminds me of the oversized metal keys to the heavy wooden door to the cathedral.

I just added her to the Etsy shop, she's very special and one of a kind.

4 comments:

lilibulle said...

hooooooo Lynn!! my father is born in Sevilla!it's my child holliday's town.. where my ancestors lived and died..
your madonna is very pure.. we use to see some littles like that on the walls, hunder the name of the street..
very nice!!!

TesoriTrovati said...

How can every single thing you make be more luscious than the last? I love it! I think it is awesome that your literary experience is influencing your artistic expression. So lovely...
Enjoy the day!
Erin

Ms. Lahtidah said...

Very nice!

SummersStudio said...

Lynn, you have just out done yourself on this one. This is so beautiful. I lived in KC for a year when we first came back from Australia. The plaza and the area around it is so gorgeous. The blue in this piece in particular somehow makes a specific connection with the plaza, for me anyway.