Ok – I am moving my blog again – but this should be the last time (she said hopefully). Having self hosted my garden blog with wordpress on my own website – I have decided to do the same again with my textile blog. I never really settle into a template with the wordpress hosted… Continue reading Moving time!
I have imported my old blogger blog into this one – but it is taking me a little while to go through updating the images. Also – for those who left comments on the blogger blog – the links have not been imported. I will over the next month or so be transferring the whole… Continue reading I have imported my “old blog”
Well – I feel that I have spent enough time on this piece – not one of my better ones, now to decide:- 1) Plop in ready made frame 2) Have it framed. Decisions, decisions! Your comments are invited and welcome. Click on image for a larger view.
Dobby may have thought that my sleeping figure looked like a “Duck billed Platypus” I just thought she didn’t show up too well – so have spent a while messing around. Covered her with dark fabric – then ripped it off Machine stitched in a darker colour – then un-picked it (you get the picture).… Continue reading Grrrr
All artists need a friend who they can turn to for a critique of their work. A friend who will say more than “Oh that’s lovely”. When I lived down south – my Artist’s friend was Linda – but now we live 100’s of miles apart. Although we still communicate about our work – it… Continue reading Artist’s Friend
Sometimes it is difficult to know when a piece is finished. Often when I think a piece is done – I put it out of sight for a while, then I can come back to it with fresh eyes and I will see any glaring omissions or imbalances. As a working artist – I have… Continue reading When is a piece finished?
Sometimes there comes a point where confusion and chaos reign – as they did to-day in the studio. The piece of work looks (as it often does at this stage) like it maybe going nowhere fast. My studio looks like a volcano has errupted spewing out fabric, paper and thread everywhere. I knew it was… Continue reading Confusion ….