My sister has a very good friend who is a psychiatrist by training but an amazing photographer on the side. Because he does graphic abstracts and alterations of photographs, I sent him the x-rays of my broken arm (see my post on January 31) with the challenge to make them into “something beautiful”.
Here are his results:
All I can say is WOW. Who knew something so painful could be the inspiration for such beauty?
By the time you read this, I should be in a blissful drug-induced stupor and my humerus will no longer be suitable for imaginative art.
15 thoughts on “Bone Art”
Beautiful indeed! Sending yout healing thoughts and blessings for a successful surgery.
Those are lovely! There’s a few I could see as a fabric print as well… would make an interesting quilt, project bag or dress even! I wish you an uneventful surgery and a smooth recovery afterwards.
Those are amazing! Love and Light continuing to come your way for a speedy recovery! Can’t wait to see what you knit when this is all over! XO
Here’s hoping your surgery & recovery get the same glorious results as these photos…
Beautiful. What talent!
What a great way to look at our problems in life. Now the knitted bone should be equally beautiful.
Fabulous pictures! Hope everything went well and you are relatively pain free.
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Talk about turning lemons into lemonade, those are incredible graphics!. Prayers and careful hugs for a complete and quick healing!
I think some of those photos can be charted into gorgeous mosaic knitting!! Gentle hugs to you.
Great way to express seeing beauty in everything. I hope you enjoy being numb and out of pain.
Sincerely hope the worst is now past. My arm was in a sling for several months and all I can say is thank goodness for my husband and elastic waist pants. The bone are is very cool.
Having considered my bones my enemy for awhile (multiple myeloma cancer – but in complete remission for 3 years and feeling GREAT!) the bone art makes me forgive them a little! So cool. I especially love the nautilus! Hoping the surgery went well and you are out of your drug induced haze!
Here’s wishing your knitting bones and well wishes!!!
What a great way to turn lemons into lemonade. I hope your surgery went well, and that you’re well on your way along the healing path.