El Sol. I'm happy with this one.
Which one do you like now? The one on the right is more grounded to me. Don't forget, the stones will be level with the brick when complete. They will not look 'sunken'. I'm going to leave this for a day and look at it again. I have ruled the star on the left out completely.
I'm not very pleased with La Luna either. Going to try another lay out. Perhaps black around the outside to ground her. It is sooo hard to tell. Putting the stones in mortar makes such a difference to the look. Whatever it is I will be happy. I have had so much fun creating them, and that's what it's all about. The Joy of Living.
I don't think I've posted my little kitchen before. It's coming along as well. Here are a couple of views.
I'll post the other side where the table is located when it's finished.
"My house, my home, though thou art small, thou art to me the Escurial." ~ George Herbert
|Escurial: a village in central Spain, northwest of Madrid: site of an architectural complex containing a monastery, palace, and college, built by Philip II between 1563 and 1584. (I agree with this thought. My Quinta de Luz is becoming a little 'everything' place. A place of comfort which contains a village ... symbolic of all I require.)|