|my Springtime in Savannah series on the loom|
I was very excited to hear that one of my Moroccan tops in blue and greens had found a new home and THEN to have someone purchase my mostly handspun coat I was over the moon! I priced the items I have in Gallery 209 quite reasonably. Because they are very labor intensive to create as each one is unique and like a painting with yarns on the warp... the mostly handspun wools, alpacas and silk coat was $680 and the cotton, linen and silk lightweight summery Moroccan top sold for $275. This reflects the 25% fee that goes to the gallery as well as the $100 monthly rental fee and membership fees. The people who now own my creations are getting a bargain as they now have something in their wardrobe where each fiber has been touched and loved many times and the piece has been created as a work of art.
|one side of my finger fringed Soft Shoulders Top|
|the other side of my finger fringed Soft Shoulders Top|
|one side of the Moroccan Top on "Springtime in Savannah" warp|
|the other side of the Moroccan Top on "Springtime in Savannah" warp|
Workshop with Deb Lambert Picasso Moon
Workshop with Margo Duke on Eco Printing
Guild activities - Sheep to Shawl Spring Celebration
Oatland's Mighty Oak fiber art installation Dedication and our Show and Sale
Writing an article for Shuttle, Spindle and Dyepot Magazine about the process of creating Oatland's Mighty Oak.
SCAD Fiber MFA thesis show for Marv Graff
Losing my dear friend and fellow fiber artist Mary Kelly