Posts Tagged: fiber art

Carrying On III

This piece is the third in my Carrying On series. I wanted to do something with more color and a bit of fun. This piece is still based on a parfleche form, saddlebags. I painted the fabric with circles and

Carrying On III

This piece is the third in my Carrying On series. I wanted to do something with more color and a bit of fun. This piece is still based on a parfleche form, saddlebags. I painted the fabric with circles and

Woven…no. 1

This is the first of three woven cotton pieces I completed in the past few weeks. I have struggled to achieve the right “sticks” for the top, but think I am satisfied with the arrangement in the second picture. Neither

Woven…no. 1

This is the first of three woven cotton pieces I completed in the past few weeks. I have struggled to achieve the right “sticks” for the top, but think I am satisfied with the arrangement in the second picture. Neither

Hanging Basket no. 4

I spent the past week finalizing the designs for a few of my mixed media textile pieces. I put together certain elements and am working toward the completion of at least two pieces. Above is a detail view of the

Hanging Basket no. 4

I spent the past week finalizing the designs for a few of my mixed media textile pieces. I put together certain elements and am working toward the completion of at least two pieces. Above is a detail view of the

New Year, New Work

My galleries in Madrid, Santa Fe, and Durango are well supplied for the slow months of January and February, so I am working on mixed media textile pieces to submit to an upcoming show at the Capitol Rotunda Gallery in

New Year, New Work

My galleries in Madrid, Santa Fe, and Durango are well supplied for the slow months of January and February, so I am working on mixed media textile pieces to submit to an upcoming show at the Capitol Rotunda Gallery in

At Mostly Madrid Gallery

A glimpse into what I’ve been doing the past few weeks…textiles and paintings, both fun and rewarding. Joining the group are three Desert Sentries created by my talented husband. Our work dances well together. My ravens also roost at WOW

At Mostly Madrid Gallery

A glimpse into what I’ve been doing the past few weeks…textiles and paintings, both fun and rewarding. Joining the group are three Desert Sentries created by my talented husband. Our work dances well together. My ravens also roost at WOW

A Colorful Triptych

I am still working on my INTENTIONAL SIMPLICITY series. These pieces were made as a triptych, but I was willing to sell them individually. I was happy when they found a new home together and are hung together. Other pieces

A Colorful Triptych

I am still working on my INTENTIONAL SIMPLICITY series. These pieces were made as a triptych, but I was willing to sell them individually. I was happy when they found a new home together and are hung together. Other pieces

Lunar Eclipse Basket

A new hanging basket…1 of 3…for the CRAFTING ART mixed media exhibit in Silver City, NM… I assembled this basket using materials I have used before and had on hand…painted snipped cotton, newspaper strips, painted and stiffened fish net, and

Lunar Eclipse Basket

A new hanging basket…1 of 3…for the CRAFTING ART mixed media exhibit in Silver City, NM… I assembled this basket using materials I have used before and had on hand…painted snipped cotton, newspaper strips, painted and stiffened fish net, and