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Friday, July 6, 2007

ATC's and ACEO's






Artist Trading Cards and Art Cards, Editions and Originals are 2 1/2" x 3 1/2" of artwork.

The top 2 I made in 2006 the other 3 just this month:


Fiber Art 4"x 6"





I made the Blonde earlier this year for the Tome book but decided to use the other. Hand drawing on cotton and hand colored with pencils, appliqued pieces on commercial cotton prints and free motion sttiching. Unfinished.


Self #2, hand drawn on silk with hand-dyeing usng Dye-na-Flow and Lumiere and free motion stitching. unfinished.


More Squiggles. Hand drawn onto silk, hand dyeing with Dye-na-Flow and Lumiere and free motion stitching. Unfinished.


The unfinished pieces I havent decided to make them into what I intended as postcards or mounted onto canvas board.


Fiber Art 4" x 6"

Fairies in the mist done in : tafetta, tulle, organza, heat ditressing, tyvek with free motion stitching. Postcard.

Hand drawing on silk, hand-dying with Dye-na-Flow and Lumiere, free motion stitching. Postcard.

Tafetta, organza, tulles, free motion stitching, with heat distressing, needlelacing buttons and metallic threads, silk ribbon embroidery with Swarovski Crystals. Postcard.

Hand drawing on 100% cotton, hand-dyed with Dye-na-Flow and free motion stitching. Unfinished.






I made these in 2006

Monday, July 2, 2007

Finishing





Finishing this piece I did a satin stitch on the edge and free motion stitching all the blackened lines.






What fun I had and it's over, joy joy! Now to have fun with smaller pieces again.




These next pictures were taken indoors and I really think they came out too dark:
The top photo was taken in my sewing room ( with 8-4ft fluorescent lights) the bottom photo in another part of my house.



Finishing




After drying and seeing how badly the fade came out I did more dyeing and probably made it too dark with the re-dyeing. After drying again the piece was still faded in spots and I retouched those spots with oil pastel sticks by Neopastel.


In the sunlight the colors are very vibrant:











Drying


I used Dye-na-Flow and Lumiere by Jacquard to dye this piece right out of the bottle and using a paint brush. With more outlining with the black and sprinkleing salt onto the dye this is what it looks like outdoors:
I really love the colors in this when wet but dry it's faded out badly.

2nd stage to Colors?


Loading the photos from the memory chip to my computer I named the file Colors so don't know if this is the name my piece will become?
This is outlining the drawing and a start.

Our group Fiber Art Fusion is doing a showing: Hope Show at the Art Place at Mountainview ( http://www.theartplace.us/gallery.htm).


I started on another piece I hope reflects my inner spirit and will be well received as the other was really a dark piece and did not show any HOPE.


Starting another piece really gave me peace and the rightness of my being. Surely I finally found my place in the world?


I played around with drawing a design onto paper first then did my hand drawing onto silk. The dimensions are as follows: 26" at its highest point to 17" at its widest point.

Fiber Collage


I started: A Stargaze Stitchery Tome by Patti Medaris Culea, January 2006 at Fiber on a Whim (Atlanta Georgia). It's been over a year but it is still in progress.

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