it was time for late night gambling
I am %100 pleased.
Study #10.2019 complete & I’m slowly making a very elegant sun hat
Sewing the Frances Top by Fibre Mood & the Sulis Hat by Pattern Fantastique and art
Sydney Frocktails: there’s no one better to appreciate our statement outfits! Than other sewists!
Hello and happy new 2019 year
I have medium-to-big plans for next year & if experience teaches me one thing, its that all the fucking detail heavy work is set to continue & acceptance is the key to all my problems
Most of November was getting things ready for my Christmas pop-up shop; I worked full days, making and making but even so I didn’t really get there, or not as much there as I would’ve liked to. Mostly because of Being a Woman.
Mirrored, compressed landscape & batik design. Acrylic, pastels, oil varnish, gold mica pigment on canvas.
Diptych, overall dimensions 1110x1820 mm (36x88 inches)
Its taken me a whole month to not get much further along with the diptych. God is sending me opportunities to practice acceptance.
Intense work through August, finishing the big diptych OR SO I THOUGHT
I DIG making grand landscapes.
"It is ‘the beautiful sorrow of things’, sunt lacrimae rerum; there are tears in everything, [he] said, not mournfully nor hopelessly but as a paradoxical statement about the beauty of the world”
Diptych 20x36" overall. Oil paint, mica pigment on gold metal leaf on gesso board
Should have left well enough alone
A particularly arty month
Selected as a finalist in the Lethbridge $10,000 small scale art prize
Art and the Spoolettes Tiger T
A lot of work on that one landscape & no sewing :(
come the end of the month, at monthly progress posting time, I think oh no I've done NOTHING this month when in fact, I really have