I’m working on perfecting this method of construction for my work. These small A4 size challenges are perfect for sampling. This bi-monthly challenge was Into the Woods.
I am so honored! I received notification that I am one of 25 women artists in the state of Arkansas who has been juried into the artists registry. One thing that makes this such a huge, huge, huge deal is this is not only textiles, but all fine art. You can read about the curators by clicking the link.
Curators Les Christensen
and Manuela Well-Off-Man
selected my entry for inclusion in the Arkansas Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts’ 2015-2016 Artists Registry. Work by selected artists will be on the website (acnmwa.org
Seen on the beach recently at Lucy Buffets’s restaurant, LuLu’s:
If you wear socks with your Birks, be sure there are no holes in the heel.
I saw a terrific door at an RV park on a trip to Alabama. It had red block walls [ Starbucks coffee wrapper ] and weathered wood [torn cardboard] around it. It was the inspiration for my cards, that also incorporates some of the bright painted colors from the rental cottages.
And finally here are 3 of my most current works. Yep, still painting on fabric. I was assisted by mother nature for the leaves.
These pieces are more current work. Yep! still painting on fabric.
You probably wonder why I’m showing paintings rather than art quilts, but I wanted you to see my progression into fiber. Some of those are destined for printing on fabric for other art quilt projects. Now here are some of my art earlier quilts, all dye painted on fabric. I nominate Jeannie Sredl to show here work next.