I have been waiting and waiting …and waiting…..to reveal to you my new version of my blog………transformed into a simple, understated, website to show my latest works, latest shows, and some works from the past.

It has taken a lot of hard work as well as patience to get this right……….and still is ongoing at this present time.

I thought I would make headway during this time of restricted movement, but alas the website took a back seat to all of the wonderful courses being offered online from teachers I had longed to take classes from. I have been so totally immersed in some amazing classes that the blog and website made little progress.

However, a breakthrough has occurred in this last month or two and I am on the final stretch to going ‘live’ with the site. It is more a case of the fine tuning of the ‘look & feel’ that I want to achieve at this final stage.

I held off writing on the blog…………why I don’t know really, it doesn’t make sense, as I have been exploring some amazing artists and techniques that I am so eager to share with you. So I am back in the saddle, ready to share and engage in a conversation about textiles art and all that it encompasses.

Here is a picture from the latest course that I am engrossed in for now….with Lorna Crane from Australia…(through Fiber Arts Take Two)

In the first module, we had to make our own brushes for ‘mark making’ onto paper and fabrics……..I loved this process and have been making several sets as gifts to friends and artists.

Next week I will post some of the marks I made with them!

9 thoughts on “Waiting……..

  1. Can’t wait can’t wait

    Looking so forward to your thoughts on the online courses you’ve taken and where in your art those courses have taken you.
    Love your return


  2. Anni- Your work is inspiring as usual… I’m not surprised by it, as you are very talented in your craft. Thank you for sharing your pieces, they not only inspire to get busy and work, but give a feeling of peace to my soul.
    FYI: As I first read the email with the little pieces placed inside the fabric pouch… I said, looks like a bag of tools to me. A very beautiful, fun to work with pouch of tools. Then I read further down into the email and sure enough, that’s exactly what the little pouch full of sticks, yarn and fabric was. What an inspirational way to work! Great job, Anni 😍


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