Looking Back – 2021

It’s that time to look back on this year. Check out link above pictures for blog posts. January Loved making the embellishments, but also participating in the Violet Project was fun and an important action. February I made a cat cube for Molly. She wasn’t interested. However, Ally loves it and spends a lot of…

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Preparing for Holiday Fair

The Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana is holding a Holiday Fair starting next week, and they asked if I’d like to participate. I’ve never done this, so I thought it would be a good way to get my art out, and a way to use up some of my supplies.

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Creating Bamboo Heaven

I’m working on a couple more art pieces to submit to another local show. This show is called Art Squared, so all work needs to be squared.That didn’t seem too difficult of a challenge, so thought I’d make a couple pieces. I found this soy wax fabric in my stash that I’ve been wanting to…

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Miniature Art Exhibit

After all of the years I’ve spent dyeing and printing fabric, I’m finally feeling comfortable making art with it, and putting it out into the world. Today is all about miniatures. I recently entered two of my miniatures in a show at the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana. The requirement was that all artwork must…

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SAQA Indiana Exhibit and More

I can’t believe I forgot to post about our exhibit at the Audubon Park Museum in Henderson, Kentucky. Our opening was Thursday, August 19, and the show will be open through November 18.

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SAQA Collaborative Project

I mentioned quite awhile ago that I was involved with the Indiana SAQA Collaborative Project, and I can finally show you the results of this experiment. The project is based on the Telephone game a lot of us played as a child, only with textiles instead of talking.

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Dye-Na-Flow: Sun or Not

I decided to do a little experiment. I wanted to know what the difference would be to allow the sun to dry the paint via sun printing, as opposed to just painting the fabric with Jacquard Dye-Na-Flow, and letting it sit and dry. You know I’m always up for experiments!

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