I am starting some new work. Put colors together and piece. Hmmm…not really satisfied with the salmon-ey orange color with the blue….I’m using my handy dandy 3-in-1 Color Wheel Tool. I also sell these now, so contact me if you need one.
I decided to paint it using either Setacolor or Dye-Na-Flow paints. I had forgotten how nice, fluid-y, and pigmented Dye-Na_Flow paints are. It was the perfect paint for this project. I might have used a different color though. Now I have cheddar as the color for my art. Well, I’ll be doing some other things to it that will tone it down a bit. Hopefully.
Select Collections is an annual event hosted by the Evansville Museum Shop. It is a unique shopping experience with selected vendors. Here’s a few photos.
The entrance to the gallery. The black and white printed pillows are mine.
My booth….and a short view down the hallway.
Julia’s wonderful dolls. She also had some raku pins and some wrist bags.
Julia arranging things.
I haven’t blogged here since November 4th…how can this be? I guess I’ve just been busy.
First I was out of town for several days vending at a quilt show in Columbia, MO. I just want to give a great big thank you to the girls of the Boonslick Quilt guild….they did a great job…their show was awesome…and they were so helpful to the vendors. And believe me I needed help. Having never been to Columbia, I was lost as a goose trying to get around and find my hotel room. The problem lay with the fact that I misread the map. I was beginning to think I was going crazy.
Here’s my booth set up.
I was very pleased with my sales. I had a wonderful Mexican meal and margarita on Saturday night with some of the vendors, made new friends, then drove half way home and stayed the night with my friend Vicki. We had a wonderful visit together (hope it was for her too) and then I came home on Monday. It was a great weekend. It was just a very fulfilling weekend. Maybe I need to get out more?
Then the race was on to get ready for Select Collections. I still had plenty of sewing to do since I was making table runners and table napkins from hand printed cloth. I also finished two new pieces of art. Here’s one. I need to photograph them both now that they are finished. This is Fragments #5b. That’s right, 5b. And there’s a #5a and #5c, but that will have to wait. The reason for the odd numbering is because all three are from the same piece of cloth and actually FIT together, although one would never have to purchase them that way. They measure approximately 17″x 14″.
On the second day of Select Collections I had to leave to go home for the holiday celebrations with families. We were gone til Monday. On the actual Thanksgiving we helped out at our church and my husband had a long weekend off work. The most I got done is some cleaning and laundry. The following week (this week) I made a trip back to Evansville to do some shopping and pick up all of my work from Select Collections. I am now settling in and doing some ART!!! Yeh! About. Time.
Of course this coming weekend is Christmas in Harmony. Find me and other artisans at the lovely Granary on Granary Street.