I’ve been busy in the studio. I started a new fiber art wall hanging. It all starts with this: pile of fabric scraps turns into a quilt. And, after two days of work on these scraps, I create the main elements. In this case it’s an elongated teardrop shape. I make them each as individual
Here is the latest on the painting on my easel. More work ahead, but more to come!
For the first time in a month, I was able to pull out my paints and start some new canvases! I’m not going to go into all the reasons, I’m just going to share my art! Here’s what I started today:
I said I’d share with you some paintings I’m working on, so here we go! So, do you remember this photo I was turning into a painting? Well, I’ve continued to work on it, and it’s continued to develop. It still has quite a bit of work. I’m going to do something different with the
I have such good intentions of blogging. Every day, I think to myself, I really need to get back out there and blog. And every day, I find something else that needs to be done more urgently. And I wonder if anyone is even waiting to read what I have to see or to see
The winners of the OWOH Giveaway are as follows: Pincushion Doll to #84, Ria Nirwana! Congratulations, Ria! Arty doll to #111, Alice Stropel. Congratulations, Alice! Ladies, please send me an email with your address so I can get these off to you! Thanks to everyone for visiting. I hope you’ll visit again soon!
Well, it didn’t take long for me to fail miserably at posting more frequently. But I’ve felt a need to just be quiet and to focus on my health, my home, and well, not share. I’m trying to get out of that funk, writing in my personal journal, but it’s a process, as many of
I interrupted my painting progress for a bit. I’ve been taking an online class with Susan Sorrell on Personal Symbols. I have always been intrigued by her work and I’ve also always found embroidery a very relaxing and healing thing to do. So, when I saw about her class, I decided to take it. Six
Nature Inspired: Mixed-Media Techniques for Gathering, Sketching, Painting, Journaling, and Assemblage arrived in my studio late last night from Tracie Lyn Huskamp of the Red Door Studio. I pre-ordered her book because, knowing Tracie, I knew the book would be fantastic. And, I was right! Tracie’s calming, soothing personality comes through in the book – through