Adventures of a studio artist who works primarily with textile and mixed media art.
I am so liking what I see! Gee - I don't think I've been concentrating - are they lino prints?What ever they are they are so inspirational! I think your translation from rock face to fabric (oh, is it fabric or paper) is brilliant!Thanks for the kick to get the tools out again!HugzSally in Hobart
These are wonderful! I really love the shells, but the fish are beautiful as well! Have you tried screening on paper with these? They could make beautiful note cards...
I really like this series and am so glad I decided to stop by for a visit today. Am going to the ETSY store later (after I finish my posting chores) to check to see what if any of these are for sale and the sizes, etc.Meantime... am making my way around blogs I follow today to warn everyone to watch out for this guy: 打麻將 ... he posts to blogs with links to porn embedded in a long string of ....... following a short comment. As a result of his trash hitting my blog, I've turned on comment moderation which means no comment appears UNLESS I bless it first. (he's tried twice since my turning on comment moderation to post again to my blog... and I saw him on a friend's blog this morning so warned her to delete the trashy comment ASAP)
Great fossil fabric! Inspiring. I am a studying geologist and my favorite hobby is sewing. I would like to know if your fossil fabric is for sale, I am mostly intrigued by the Ammonite Shells. Nice designs! (If they are for sale please respond with the store or website, thanks)
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