26 Jun

Circles and Triangles, One More Time

These are the fourth and fifth pieces in the series of designs using circles divided into triangles. As with the previous two I shared last week, they are hand cut from 8.5″ x 11″ card stock, and made to fit into 12″ x 12″ square frames. Having a few empty frames on hand and a […]

21 Jun

Sashiko Patterned Pillow

I look at this finished project sitting in our green chair and part of me can’t quite believe I am the one who made it. I finished stitching the sashiko design over the weekend and felt intimidated to tackle sewing it all together. I am much more comfortable with hand sewing over machine sewing, but […]

20 Jun

Circles and Triangles Continued

Here are two more from the series of designs I’ve been creating over the past few weeks using circles and triangles. These ones are smaller than the piece I shared previously. They are hand cut from 8.5″ x 11′ card stock, and made to fit into 12″ x 12″ square frames. I’m discovering the best […]

15 Jun

Circles and Triangles Work Their Way Into a New Series

I haven’t been sharing much paper work on the blog in the past couple of weeks but I have been producing quite a bit of new pieces behind the scenes. I started a new series of designs inspired by the first drawing I did in my 30 Days of Drawing Project Sketchbook. I’ve been creating […]

12 Jun

Means of Production at Cityscape Gallery

Means of Production opened at Cityscape Community Art Space in North Vancouver last week. It is a show featuring the work of five textile artists working in weaving, rug hooking, and stitching while exploring the value, meaning, and metaphorical possibilities of of making work by hand in a digital age of increasingly rapid advancement. The […]

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