Ingrid's Stage

If you don't know Ingrid Mida .. . . you really should.

I've learned so much from her lovely blog - Fashion Is My Muse.
She's fascinated with the history of fashion and you never know
what insightful tidbit she'll be studying and sharing. Her remarkable
art is also featured as a never ending stream of inspiration.

This digital collage features some of her favorite themes:
17th century shoes, a mannequin and what appears to be
a beautifully detailed dress. Look closely ( i.e. view large)
and you'll see the dress is really a suit of armor.

I've called this piece Ingrid's Stage . .. . . and dedicated it
to her, because I feel this is the world in which she is
quite the leading lady . . .

because she occasionally needs a reminder to take a bow.


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A Thousand Clapping Hands said...

You captured the essence of Ingrid brilliantly. Applause for Ingrid, and for you!

Ingrid Mida said...

Oh Judith!! I am truly honoured. And of course, I must buy this beautiful work from you. I've never had any artwork created just for me. How lucky am I to count you as a friend!!! Thank you, thank you, thank you! (That is me taking a bow!)

tylereve said...

Ingrid Mida has the ultimate talent, all the way around. She has a strong artistic vision, minute dexterity and heartfelt connection to fashion. She sees fashion as art, a line, curve, pleat and fold as an important part of the discussion. Her writing,blog and soulful communication inspires me!

Christine H. said...

That's wonderful and very sweet of you. I'm also amazed that the shoes look so contemporary.

J Bar said...

You have a fascinating blog.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

vicki archer said...

So true Judith....a lovely post for Ingrid. xv