i’m jealous of stasia burrington

Oh my. This is the lovely work of Washington State based artist Stasia Burrington. Washy drawings covered in flowers… flowers that happen to be hand-cut from quilt fabric, which are then glued on, resembling tattoos, gardens, or scars. Gorgeous! Oh, and I couldn’t finish this post without showing my favorite image from the “drawing” section of her portfolio:

Sigh ♥






comments (11)

  1. Uncle Beefy /// 02.12.2013 /// 11:14am

    GORGEOUS! Swoon!

  2. Ana /// 02.12.2013 /// 1:06pm

    First I thought “What beautiful illustrations”, but then… Then I saw the cut flowers – WOW O_o !

  3. Domenic Bartlett-Roylance /// 02.12.2013 /// 6:37pm

    kitty poos are dangerous

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    xx Domenic

  4. Kari /// 02.12.2013 /// 6:59pm

    holy cow these are lovely – and the size is fantastic (I was envisioning them pretty small until I saw the cat shot)

  5. Eve /// 02.12.2013 /// 7:15pm

    This is so beautiful and inspiring. :)

  6. cindy /// 02.12.2013 /// 7:32pm

    I like it, but the cat is awesome too. I can’t help but think there is sadness in the poses, but the flowers are a sense of rebirth.

  7. arteeeest /// 02.13.2013 /// 8:24am

    hon’ if ytou are jealous of this please don’t look at lucien freud ok?

  8. arteeeest /// 02.13.2013 /// 8:24am

    ridic’ juvenile slops …sorry

  9. the jealous curator /// 02.13.2013 /// 10:20am

    interesting. well, you’re welcome to your opinion, but if you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all. that’s not what this blog is for.

  10. Zia Daugherty /// 02.16.2013 /// 5:43am

    Amazing! I love how different the mediums used are! But it works so well…

  11. Hide your face in flowers | heiress /// 03.16.2013 /// 8:13pm

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