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In my experiences, Fibre Artists have had a tough hill to climb, when seeking to be accepted into the general art world. It's seems to be changing somewhat, but still there are those who say it is "not really art." What do you think?

Grey Totem

September 2020. Image transfer, oil sticks, stitched on linen canvas. 36" x 48".

Barren Lands

January 2020. Gouache/Inks on linen, hand stitched with silk threads. 24" x 36".

Billabong

January 2020. Gouache/Inks on linen, hand stitched with silk threads. 18" x 36".

Time Continuum

January 2020. Gouache/Inks on linen, hand stitched with silk threads. 20"x18".

The Golden Mean

January 2020. Gouache/Inks on linen, hand stitched with silk threads. 36"x48".

Messages from the Past 2

2010. Cotton fabric weaving. Painted with oil sticks. Hand and machine stitched. 36cm x 40cm.

Stolen Manuscript

2010. Cotton. Silk screened with Vat Dyes. Machine-stitched and burned. 50cm x 95cm.

Ancient Text-Tile

2008. Hanji Paper. Image Transfer. 60cm x 60cm.

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New Work, New Show, New Audience

In my experiences, Fibre Artists have had a tough hill to climb, when seeking to be accepted into the general art world. It's seems to be changing somewhat, but still there are those who say it is "not really art." What do you think?...

The Joyful and Random Discovery of the Artistic Process

Sometimes, CFE constraints are useful; they can inhibit you or cause you to get stuck. Maybe the subject doesn’t excite you, for example, and it may stifle your creative process. This is where “random” and “joyful” play comes into the picture!...

Covid Crazy

I'll try to catch you up with this post, about a class I took back in April 2020....

Course Review: The Pale Rook

Focusing on her course successfully took my mind off the pandemic, at least for a little while. In each of the six weeks of her course was an exercise; diving into finding your own voice, to be able to create something unique to you, and not just a copy of her wonderful work....

Course Review: Tone and Line with Bobby Britnell

The course was inspired by Tone & Line, and it focused on drawing with tone and line, and creating designs to develop into your work, both with paper and textiles. It was very thought provoking, and made me think about stitch in a whole new way....
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