Posts Tagged: textileart

A Finished Few

I mounted four completed pieces today in my yet unnamed series. The canvas support is studded with rusted square head nails. Some of these nails remained from a barn floor my husband removed, planed and reinstalled in our 1860 barn

A Finished Few

I mounted four completed pieces today in my yet unnamed series. The canvas support is studded with rusted square head nails. Some of these nails remained from a barn floor my husband removed, planed and reinstalled in our 1860 barn

Expanding on an idea

In a previous post, I discussed the piece SOMETIMES I GO TO PIECES. I painted a huge amount of canvas strips for that piece, tried to use them on another piece, but it just didn’t make it. I ran across

Expanding on an idea

In a previous post, I discussed the piece SOMETIMES I GO TO PIECES. I painted a huge amount of canvas strips for that piece, tried to use them on another piece, but it just didn’t make it. I ran across

Untitled, as of now…

 My newest felt construction mounted on a 12×24 gallery canvas.  I left the irregular edges to extend beyond the face of the canvas.  I cut each section, painted some of them, and layered the felt pieces three to four deep. To

Untitled, as of now…

 My newest felt construction mounted on a 12×24 gallery canvas.  I left the irregular edges to extend beyond the face of the canvas.  I cut each section, painted some of them, and layered the felt pieces three to four deep. To

New in the Studio

   I hung some new work in the studio today.  I have been experimenting with felt and stitching and painting and cutting and quilting  AND “embroidering”…and viola!  Most of these pieces are six inches square, mounted on canvas, and sold

New in the Studio

   I hung some new work in the studio today.  I have been experimenting with felt and stitching and painting and cutting and quilting  AND “embroidering”…and viola!  Most of these pieces are six inches square, mounted on canvas, and sold