Hi Luann I already have a few of her "drawings I hope to interpret in stitch. She is very talented. She is working on a series of still life which are equally amazing. so far she has done the pencil sketch but she has to reproduce her assemblage in charcoal
(a new medium for her) and paint. The sketch I put up is based on Maori (our indigenous people) art style. Not sure if you get notified with each post but my personal challenge this year - to go with persistence is to put something up each day. As you can
see at the moment it is largely about dying fabric. Today's post will be about the illusive brown. I began it mainly as an electronic diary so that I could keep my art stuff in one place and record progress going forward but a few people have become interested
in what I am doing so look in now and then.
Carol, I’m from the Assemblage Dyeing Workshop, and I thought I’d check your blog out. Love it. Will I get a notice of each post your put up? I hope so. I’m very keen on watching your homeschooled grandchild’s progress. I very much like her drawing. AND
it could be used in the process of ‘quilting up the sandwich’, actually I could see it used in piecing too. Adding coloring for depth from fabric paints, or ?? Oh, the mind just goes crazy with ideas !!!
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