Tuesday, June 19, 2007



Well, I got the picture posted but it's sideways. Everyone lean left when you look. Next time I'll try to have it straight up.

12 comments:

Bejeweled said...

What a great piece! I love the red fingernails!

SueU said...

Love the red nails!!! Heart and Hand usually means love and friendship, sounds like a subconcious statement of the BJP, love of beads and new firendships.

Sunni said...

I had to chuckle as I was reading your post. I was already leaning left. I couldn't help but imagine all the people doing this project looking at it at the same time and everyone leaning left.
I do like what you have done.
Sunni

freebird said...

I love the heart (is that a mirror in the middle) and the variegated edge around the hand. Oh, and those red nails, ooh la la!

Vicki said...

I'm not an art therapist, but here are some of my associations with hands - creativity, helping hands, healing hands, loving hands, hand to heart, (patriotism), working hands, honest hands, life line and fate line on the palms, clapping, praying, shaking hands, waving, I bet you can think of more...

Mary Timme said...

Wow! I'm impressed with the hand. This is your first piece, Heidi? Nice work.

Lillian said...

Hi Heidi,

I like all the colors and your original concept. Thanks for sharing :o) Lillian in WA

Pearl said...

You are so funny! Lean left...I love it:-)

This is a great piece. Love the red nails!

Robin said...

I think Vicki is leading you in a good direction. Have to add my impression that the hand may represent your own hand, your hand as a child... Little Heidi... Maybe the painted fingernails represent things she wanted and didn't get as a child, things you can give her now. What do you think?

Lois B said...

This is cool! I really love the mirror in the palm of the hand, bringing anyone looking at it right into the artwork.

Lois B said...

This is so cool! I love the mirror in the palm of the hand, bringing anyone who looks at it right into the artwork.

Donetta said...

This is beautiful work. When I was doing some recovery work I wrote with my left hand and them with my dominate right hand . The left was less hindered and more open to the creative child within.