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03 April 2020
So this is where I might lose you....
I REALLY love surface design: playing with dys, all kinds, shibori, indigo, deconstructed silk screens, and straight silk screening. I also love sketching, watercolor and mixed media work.
A month ago I signed up for a three month long art workshop. It isn't designed to really teach you how to paint or make whatever you art practice is but rather to see larger concept and see your work with an eye to improvement. I am really enjoying it. So for the foreseeable future I will be showing you my work. There is no fiber or fabric in any of it. This is the "losing you" part.
I do hope I don't lose you and you enjoy see what I am up to in my painting and mixed media work. Here they are in no particular order. These are all "play" although some came out really well.
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Thanks for visiting, Beth
I like following the flow that comes from your spirit when you are expressing yourself, Beth. It seems like you have shown painted marks on paper before, so this seems like you are just extending one of your flows. And, fiber is always there, if your spirit takes you back to integrating your new vocabulary of expression and skills into those forms...but as developing creative spirits we must do our work from and for ourselves and our spirit guides, and if it enriches the lives of others when we share it, that's good too.ReplyDelete
Yes, I have always done that. I've been working in sketchbooks for years so the jump from paper to panels is a short one.Delete
I always love seeing whatever you are working on, and your non-sewing art is always enjoyable to see! If we lived near eachReplyDelete
other, I could see us having creative play dates all the time, but this is the next best thing! Thanks for sharing all you do!
I bet we could get into all kinds of mischief together heheheDelete
I love these pieces. Your work is very inspiring to me whether it's in textiles or with paper and paint. I really like to see what you're doing because you are so open about your processes and your journey through life. You have enormous creative energy and make beautiful art!ReplyDelete
Thanks Tina. I am having such a good time and really that's what it's all about!!Delete
Ditto Inspiring! Crazy good! May your spirit soar as you feed your creative soul!ReplyDelete
REALLY enjoying this!!Delete
You don't loose me, I love it what you are doing!ReplyDelete
Thank you AartDelete
Good bllog postReplyDelete