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#13… an experiment with font: #14… an exercise in stitch: #15 an idea for a new quilt: Last year… or was it the year before that… I experimented with shape.  I made quilts with strips, squares, rectangles, circles and triangles.  My favorite of all is perhaps a toss-up  between triangles and circles.  There is definitely […]

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Line Drawing #11… how very tribal of me: Line Drawing #12… Tibet.  Someday I’ll be here… right here, only, maybe on a warm day. A painting by Susie Y. Anderson, such a delight. Finally, thanks to Rosa for including me in this etsy set.  Enjoy!

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I have been drawn to landscapes lately.  Much of my work with fabric is non-representational and I’m experiencing a shift within myself to create something which relates to the physical world.  These drawings are from photographs I’ve kept… this one, #5,  taken during my “telephone pole” stage: …#6, a view of an upcountry pasture: … […]

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I’m in that pre-event nervous stage where still more work needs to be done, I’m not if it’s all going to come together as planned yet I can feel the excitement building.  This year I was given the task of organizing artists to paint ornaments to be auctioned off at the event.  We used crystal […]

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Today’s submission for these 30 days of line drawings has me going in a slightly different direction.  Yes, the theme is still prayer flags, but my line is more fluid and uniform.  I’m not sure I’m liking this oversimplification of the hillside.  It looks almost cartoonish.  I also got a little carried away with the […]

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I’m loving working with line and little bits of color.  I’m discovering the differences between the various inks I have and love how fluid yet pigmented these are.  These prayer flags have been on my mind lately…

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I’m in the mood for something a little different around here and am up for a challenge… draw-along really, inspired by Melanie, and informed by Deborah and Kristin.  The assignment is to create a line-drawing roughly 5.5″ square in 15 minutes.  I’ve chosen to use drawing paper, inks, a fountain pen and a super fine […]

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