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Archives for October 2013

The Rhythm Method for Artists

  Rhythm is one of the elements of art. Rhythm is also the result of pulling together all of the elements and principles of art into your work for a pleasing composition. And then there is YOUR rhythm, the key ingredient to successful, moving art. So, have you got rhythm? Even if you can’t carry a […]

Orange You Glad…I Said Fabric!

I am part of the hive, the Printed Fabric Beehive to be specific. Here’s the buzz about that and how you can be a part of it too! The Printed Fabric Bee is a spin on a traditional quilting bee. Not only does it focus on printed fabric rather than a pieced quilt block, but it […]

Got Talent? Own It!

There appears to be a very fine line between being modest and owning up to your success. At one end is the obnoxious person who sounds arrogant and boastful. It is equally as inappropriate to sound meek and humble, dismissive even, of your success. I’m speaking of extremes, but my experience a few months ago got […]

I Knew this Would Be Dangerous

    Like many, I have been curious about encaustics. My curiosity was satisfied this past weekend at my annual Red Thread Retreat with Bridgette Guerzon Mills. I fell in love.  I am usually a terrible workshop-taker. I get easily distracted, don’t have a plan, get off on a tangent and end up with little to show […]

Fabric Giveaway Winner + New Classes

The winner of the fabric giveaway posted in THIS blog post is Lucky #7 – Jo. Jo will received a Priority Mail envelope stuffed with fabric bits from my own stash, just perfect for fabric sketching or any other use she may want to put them to. Congratulations to Jo and THANK YOU to everyone who […]