The theme of today’s yoga class, Release to Restore! Sorry to say that I usually preach what I need! The past couple of months of traveling and trying to meet deadlines took it’s toll on my Studio! Ugh! It’s such a mess, that it gives me a headache just looking at it! I sure wish I had a magic wand or could just wiggle my nose, and poof clean! Guess not.
Time to put things away, and like my yoga theme, release and let go of the crud. The stuff I don’t need! I have this huge room, how could it have gotten so full? Too much stuff! ok, so it’s time to let it go. In a few days, you will see a restored and clean Studio! So that I can mess it up again! Hopefully never this bad again.
I graduated with a major in Fine Arts degree from NSU in Aberdeen, but my passion for learning has been a continual process as I have taken classes in design, dye, fabric surface design and many ongoing classes over the past 10 years. I have been eclectic in my approach to my Fiber Art with the love of learning and trying out many variable techniques as you will see with my older pieces. This year you will see a shift, as I am finally beginning to have a vision of where my art will take me. I am very excited, for this new concept has not been used in the Fiber Art or Art Quilt world thus far. This new approach begins with my love of thickened dyes and batik layered dyes as the background piece and then adding the variances of scraps of color fused on top to create colorful and textural pieces of art.
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