Tuesday, April 6, 2010


...is what I am over Diane Dorrans Saeks' incredibly kind profile of me.
And so so grateful.
(Flower offering, Rishikesh, India, 2007)


ashlina {the decorista} said...

i will have to check it out. :)

TSL said...

I did, it is wonderful!

P.Gaye Tapp at Little Augury said...

so great, well deserved-the work looks exciting! (rebellious & full of ancient traditions)

Diane Dorrans Saeks said...


Thank you.

I love the Rishikesh offering.



Blue said...

Well deserved, I feel! Congratulations - on the work which I wish I could see close to, and on the profile by Diane Dorrans Saeks - on one of the most readable and original minds in the blogosphere. Really, congratulations.

Debra said...

It was wonderful! Oh to be on the west coast during this show!!!
All the best to you Lisa-I love the words of wise-whimsy! Anxious to see more!

helen tilston said...

Diane thanks for the wonderful coverage of Lisa's unique, original art.

It is stunningly beautiful and original - she is a master of the stitch and the poetry is so beautiful and is part of the beautiful art.

I have no doubt she will have a gallery full of red dots before the evening is through.

Wishing her much, much success. Wish I could make it to LA for the opening

Jane said...

Totally and utterly deserved! I discovered your blog through Backwards in High Heels and have loved catching up through your archives. LOVE your words...

Angie Muresan said...

You deserve each and every word. It isn't kindness, it's the truth.

Lisa Borgnes Giramonti said...

To All of You: From the bottom of my heart, thank you. xxx

Julie Anne Rhodes said...

Lisa... your blog adds such peace and harmony with a delicious tinge of humor to my day. Couldn't live without it!

What a beautiful piece Diane Dorrans Saeks wrote, but certainly not a word that isn't well deserved.

In more crude terms, and quoting one of my ex's backing vocalists, "girl you got style comin out yo ass!"

BonjourRomance said...

Bonjour Lisa,
Just found your fabulous blog via The Style Saloniste. I'll be following along and look forward to reading through your posts.
Wishing you a good day,

DHD Design Studio said...

Dear Lisa,

I discovered your blog, and your work today via Diane's Introduction, what a pleasure.
I have added your blog to my blog roll.
Embroidery is such a vast tradition from traditional Folk Art to Haute Couture, from Lasage.

24 Corners said...

Bravo indeed! Just came back from reading Diane's wonderful post, she really captured your spirit!

I'm thrilled to death for you and your up-coming show! Would that I was in L.A....(sigh).

Much success Lisa, your work is spectacular and unique!
xo Jessica~

Emily said...

She did a beautiful job and you deserve it! Lisa, I read many blogs, but you are one of my very favorites. Thanks for being you, and for providing such thought provoking posts, time and time again!

katiedid said...

Well deserved...understatement that. You rock! I was just gushing up here in NorCal with a girlfriend who loves your blog too.

Susan's Snippets said...

Lisa -

Well deserved, Girl! I hope that you are walking around holding your head up proud!!

that was some loving out loud

Vava (aka Virginia) said...

Well, ditto everyone. No one does it like Lisa...and oh, so humbly. GREAT post from Diane!

Lisa said...

“In days gone by, a work like mine, would have admirers all in line”
How ironic that your words of 2000 would come full circle and you WILL have ‘admirers all in line’ come May 1. I gasped when I saw that you were going to sell them – I SO want to see them. Here’s to lots of red dots and Congratulations on the show. It’ll be fantabulous!!!

Rocio said...

Lisa, what a wonderful profile.
You truly deserve it, girl.
Keep feeding your wit, those embroideries are awemose!!

Karena said...

Lisa, just beautiful! Thank you for sharing,

Art by Karena

Lisa Borgnes Giramonti said...

I so appreciate your kind words. If any of you are in LA the 1st of May through the 29th, please come to the show!

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