Mixed Media Art Quilts
Here is my friend Shanna helping me market my new wholesale line
More scarves are on their way to the Copper Fox! Using a fall palette of Osage Orange, Madder, Alkanet and Iron, with some Indigo hues, these silk pieces embody the feel of the season.
This weekend will be beautiful here in Kentucky. A cool, crisp morning, followed by a brilliantly sunny afternoon. A perfect day for tailgating, yes, but also for art! The World’s Greatest Studio Tour is an annual event in Bowling Green, KY in which artists of all flavors open their studios to the public for showing […]Read Post ›
I am experimenting with closet organizing apps to add my pieces to virtual closets. Here is a great weekend outfit–my neutral poncho and favorite jeans.
Here’s a list of leaves and blossoms that almost always work for eco printing. Leaves that print: OakMapleMountain ashPoplarBurchWillowCatalpaPrunusRosePeonyWild geraniumFernLupinePrickly ashSumacMulberryNine barkFalse spireaSmoke bushEucalyptus GrapeLilac Japanese mapleLocustWalnut PecanStrawberryRaspberryBlackberryAlderChestnutRedbudFalse indigoPurple basilDogwoodSweet gumWoadWeldIndigo Blossoms that print: Queen Anne’s laceCoreopsisDaisySome zinnia (smaller, one layer)Marigold
It’s a blustery morning here in Centennial Park. A good day for football and a fall craft show. I worked in the studio these past few months on getting stong fall colors–deep reds, purples, browns and rust. My booth at the fair reflects the change of seasons just coming to the south. If you are […]Read Post ›
I can’t wait to set up in Centennial Park again for the 2019 TACA Fall Fair. I have been working on a lot of new zero waste sewing patterns and surface design techniques on natural fibers and upcycles. Here are some items you will see if you visit Booth R10.