Saturday, October 30, 2010

pulp progression

Silence must be heard...

The earlier photograph with my most
recent addition to Alicia's book
 "The Museum of Forgotten Things."

The center spread..two of my most favorite
rusty finds are featured on these pages...

Right click on the photos to view the details.

Saturday, October 23, 2010


 the arrrival of spring or departure of fall?
free motion stitched piece
organic and tattered in nature

past and present elements include:
vintage Japanese hemp and cotton mosquito netting,
silk sari ribbon, silk fibers and yarns,
linen and cotton textiles, hemp fibers
tattered silk from a Victorian blouse,
brown ribbon trim from an old ribbon dress,
hand dyed silk
available in my etsy shop

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

just now

using my new free motion foot

Sunday, October 17, 2010

life sat waiting

layers of old and new
woven together to create a sanctuary...
mixed media collage on vintage cabinet card
backed with antique photo album page
handmade nest from oxidized and steel wire
with curly grapevine and silver jasper bead
victorian silk lace and textiles
vintage Japanese mixed hemp and mosquito netting
hand dyed silk carrier rod
hand dyed cotton fabric
hemp fiber
silk straw fiber
silk leaf
shattered silk lining from a Victorian blouse
hand dyed silk from Gerdiary
hand dyed silk ribbons from Jo Wholohan
silk sari ribbon

available in my etsy shop

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

an awesome giveaway

How great is this?
You could be the winner of these
gorgeous earrings by Mary Jane...
just go to the 
blog to find out the details...
 better hurry..
the lucky winner will be chosen on
Monday, October 18th!

Monday, October 11, 2010

another glimpse of pulp progress

my work continues in Alica's book...

the museum of forgotten things...

 a theme unfolds...

click on the photos to enlarge

Friday, October 8, 2010

Pulp Peek

Sneak peek of the cover
of my contribution to
Alica's book
"Museum of Forgetten Things"

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Sundays at The Altered Page

Grab your cup of coffee and
head to The Altered Page on Sunday morning.
Each week Seth features exciting information and photos
compiled from a survey of the online art community.
The current topic is art vignettes
and tomorrow morning
a little corner of my workspace
will be included in the post.