This workshop, an artist journey by Gwen Hedley, offered by Textileartists.org was just what I needed! With lengths of cotton, a three-color paint palette and a bunch of brushes and innovative tools at hand, Stitch Camp begins! My first attempt was an error of sorts by making it too small for the class purpose but […]
Highlight of the Pandemic Era!
You know, it’s been fairly grueling to manage my overly full plate of things to do, especially added to all other aspects that fluctuate and tend to spiral at times out of control. I just told my cousin, Gary, to go jump in a lake (well, an ocean) if he wants to dramatically change his […]
In Class With Jane Dunnewold
Good teachers require good efforts on the part of their students. Not necessarily excellence in terms of what they produce in class but in their minds and hearts. These cutouts seem simple enough – to cut shapes and lay them out of the square that they were cut from in a mirror fashion.My first one […]