Fortunately as a fiber artist, I doubt anyone is clamoring for me to start issuing NFTs, which is why this piece is meant as a joke. Continue reading NFTs Are Not for Me
I’ve been playing and exploring with watercolor lately, approaching these experiments with a strategy of simplicity. Continue reading Fruits of My January Hibernation
I have embarked on a new fiber art series entitled “Charting Loss,” about climate change. My aim is to explore all that is or has been lost already due to the climbing global temperatures and the havoc they are wreaking on fragile ecosystems around the globe. I’ve struggled with the idea of this series for awhile because I don’t want to convey doom and gloom … Continue reading New “Charting Loss” Series on Climate Change
Hi all! This is a very practical post which will give beginners a leg up on finishing your embroideries like pros!
Quilting is a democratic art. Quilts are part of the history of different communities, different economic classes and they’ve been made for all kinds of reasons. Quilts are part of our history. They tell our story. So I think they are a perfect medium for addressing my deepest concerns about the state of democracy itself. Continue reading A story about democracy and quilting (part two)…