A lightning moon in memory of the other night's big thunderstorm. And for the lightning water being charged by the full moon tonight. And because I'm learning about Oya, goddess of rain and wind, who stirs things up to bring about change.
My copper-haired girl and her moon are painted on a 2½” x 3½” itty canvas. The burnt patch on an old suitcase seemed fitting as a background for the photo. I enjoy this kind of painting, but realize it's primitive at best. This is #11 in a series of full moon itty paintings begun December 2011.
I'd love to see and share your full moon art here, too! Just leave a link in the comments or email me a file to be posted on the drawing down the moon page on the sidebar.
**Michelle is making something fabulous -- a cloth NY moonscape.
**Nanette stitched a lovely Jacaranda Moon using a vintage block as the background -- with real jacaranda blossoms for those of us who've never seen them.
**Judy sent photos of her full moon knitting and dyeing -- see them here.
**Helen has taken some beautiful photos of the Moon of the Turning Leaves.
**Fly on over to Kathy's to see the Michigan full moon and her exquisite moon cloth!