Work in the studio this week was intense as I re-designed and painted organza for new "personal use" jellies. I will be washing out the silk tomorrow and posting the outcome later in the week. Mean while, I spent several hours with Flossy picking berries in the woods today. Fall is definitely coming.
Amazing blueberry leaves touched with crimson red at the tips.
The sun lit a single yellow devils club leaf deep in the shadowed woods.
Another busy studio week - three ring circus of projects, with the Doors, dye commission, and ongoing machine quilting in progress. Uncle William Wallace was waiting for us when we came home this evening.
Here he is up a small tree.
Flossy hard at work (note scrap of cloth adorning her ruff).
Door project, detail 1. Silk organza with Xerox transfer, broken glass.
Door project, detail 2. Silk organza, Xerox transfer, bullet.
Door project, detail 3. Bi-fold door, black enamel, silk organza bags, hand-dyed cotton.
Doors project - in process.
This 13-Woman Invitational exhibit opens September 17 at the Clausen Museum in Petersburg. Exhibit title is 'A Curiosity of Doors'.
I caught the sunrise through the trees as I left for work this morning, my 'Friday' at the Mighty Mighty Day-Job.
I signed up for The Sketch Book Project today; picked the theme 'Make Mine A Double', so in honor of that Flossy and I walked out in the beautiful evening to bookend this day with a shot of the sunset.