It’s no secret that I love textiles and patterns and spend much of my time creating them. In college I took a number of printmaking classes and really enjoyed the hands-on process of applying ink to paper. It is satisfying, especially in this age of computer generated everything, to actually roll up . . .
I'm always attracted to citrus art and these vintage labels are right up my alley. ** Image Credits: The City of Riverside, CA . . .
Handsome paintings from U.K. artist Sally Muir. ** Image Credits: Sally Muir . . .
If you are out and about tonight in downtown Raleigh for First Friday, be sure stop by Designbox between 7-10pm. They have an exhibit showcasing art by Denee Black that is inspired by the farmer's market. Plus, I dropped off a whole bunch of these organic North Carolina t-shirts to the Designbox . . .
100% wool pressed felt vessels by Auralie Tu . . .
Growing up there was a field across from our house. One day I looked out my bedroom window and saw dozens of hot air hovering right above the ground preparing to land. It was magical. . . .
Now available in my shop, 2011 Home Sweet Home, Poster Wall Calendar. . . .
Illustrations from Emma Hanquist . . .
These beautiful pieces above by Mary Judge were created using a perforated stencil and powdered pigment. From her website: "The version of this technique which I have developed, derives from the "spolvero" (meaning dust) and was used by Renaissance artists to transfer drawings to the wall for . . .
Gorgeous new collages from Merrick Angle available in his etsy shop here. . . .
Illustrations by Cecilia Carlstedt . . .
Installations and art by Gina R. Alvarez. Of her work she says "I am motivated to provoke an inability in viewers to name what they are seeing, hopefully creating something that is ultimately transcending of material, idea and form." . . .