I had to commemorate this day. I began this piece in Summer of 2012 just before my father passed away. It was to be for him. It has taken me three years to finish. It has been a block in my work and now that it is finished I am able to move on. I […]
In one of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s conservatories, flowers that have more in common with cable-knit sweaters than the surrounding flora have been on display for the last few months.
Shots from Slocumb Galleries IN(Finito) Faculty show album.
I am very fond of boro. The month my father died, I was studying with Yoshiko Wada, in a workshop with an intense focus on boro textiles, history, philosophy and technique. Slowly, this sensibility is beginning to creep back into my work; and oddly enough, conceptually, seeds of ideas, past fits and starts, and half […]
Got from Slow Cloth…beautiful.
Article and slideshow from this weekend’s From the New York Times Magazine.
We are hanging the show at William King Museum tomorrow. I still dont know when the opening is.
Its a little off from the color. A kind friend took these on her cell phone. But you can get the idea of the size, scale and impact of these pieces.
I had a great prognosis this morning. New bone is growing the way it should. Six more weeks in the brace all on track. Up to two miles a day up and Down hills. Never thought I would be grateful to be able to wash dishes.
It will be 72 h and 56 wide when it goes into William king museum Now it is twelve h x 6 w
finally have a picture of the installation at Menninger Chapel
The initial piece is around two by three inches. Yesterday’s grew to about a foot long. Today… We will see…
I used to be so inspired by Textilforum when I was at RISD as a graduate student. Now, here I am, published there. Now I can be an inspiration to students. What a gift. Textile Forum Quarter 2 2012: Resist Dyeing II
So this will be in the best of tennessee craft biennial. Now I need to make another one for the William King museum. I need to get back on my feet! I am losing touch with everyone!
This is at the Tipton Gallery on Spring St in Johnson City TN. The gallery will be open from 1-5 today during the Blue Plum festival.
Create Patterns on Wool & Silk with Acid Dyes Date: June 22 – 26, 2012 (5 Days) Instructor: Carol LeBaron Level: Beginner and Beyond Class Description: Come create patterns with both surface and immersion techniques on wool and silk. Beginners will learn the fundamentals of dyeing and printing protein fibers, while advanced students will have […]
twelve and twelve for October. My family was up at Squam and I was here in Stony Creek. So 900 miles apart twelve and twelve!
I am reflecting on the difference between conscious and intermittent thought patterns. I thought I was just going to be able to put the small pieces of fabric together and it would turn into this amalgamated piece. But its impossible, even with the tiniest bits, not to look at the color.
Repurposed Opening October 6 Curated by Cynthia Farnell. I will exhibit my current piece.
Learning about blogging. It seems a little complicated. I have found some wonderful blogs and wonder how to get all the links on them.
This is the felted wool I use in my art work, some is repurposed blankets and clothes to begin with, and now, double repurposed as being leftovers made into a new piece. Its for a repurposed art exhibit in Atlanta this fall. I have been saving these bits for years and have had this idea for […]
We had such fun canning dyes.
This is one of three in a permanent installation at the Luxor hotel in Las Vegas.It is nine feet square. I need a friend to go take a picture!
Canning jar dye at Peters Valley, dye yarn, roving, felt, or small shibori pieces, learn a simple easy way to work at home! A scarf in a jar! June 10-12
Ok this is the one that was in the paper, so, appropriate for a public venue haha
Its at the Nelson Fine arts Center in Johnson City tn part of first friday. Earth Fare is doing the food.
So it turns out I have a solo exhibition in Johnson City in MARCH. haha. suddenly I have to be ready its almost March. Thinking of a title….. I think I will call it Habitats. (The exhibit, I mean, this piece is Evening Wetlands, so the habitat, is an evening wetland)
Here is my outdoor setup where I was dyeing And here is the work on the table inside my studio I also moved a lot of wood!!! Excellent weight bearing exercise for my bones
all rolled up, composed, pinned and in my bag for vacation sewing! Lots of dyeinghappened this week.