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Tag Archives: mixed media
Our guest artist/author/photographer today is Leonor Calaca from Felt Buddies. If you’re in Europe and a fibre aficionado, you’ve probably heard of the Knitting & Stitching Show. It happens in a few different locations and dates in the UK, and … Continue reading
For this Quarter, I have chosen ‘Land Art‘. I was initially going to choose a specific artist for this challenge, but in the end I just couldn’t choose just one, the whole ‘movement’ is so inspiring. In case you haven’t … Continue reading
I have chosen (Oscar) Claude Monet as the artist for the challenge this quarter. He was born in Paris, France in 1840 and died in Giverny, France in 1926. Monet was named the creator of “Impressionism” because he was more … Continue reading
http://jill-harrison.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=165390738 http://gifeltro.blogspot.ca/2013/10/unaltra-grande-fatica.html http://feltingannie.blogspot.ca/2013/09/working-on-felted-landscape.html http://anajskreativestagebuch.blogspot.ca/2013/09/filz-fur-tanja.html I had a hard time deciding where to put this it is great felt but the stitching is such a big part of it. http://dogdaisychains.blogspot.ca/2013/10/prettiness.html http://www.ingedam.net/gallery.html she does card weaving on her loom as part of a loom … Continue reading
I’ve spent the past couple of weeks trying to think of a theme for the last Studio Challenge of the year. I still hadn’t decided last night when my girlfriend suggested ‘Monochrome’. I loved this idea because being restricted can … Continue reading
Today’s post is by Marilyn Nelson (Pandagirl on the forum). This was definitely a challenge for me since it was my first time using acrylics, modeling paste and curing modeling clay. I’m also more into abstract than realistic representation. For … Continue reading