Kara Rosenlund - Stock Sneak Peek
©Kara Rosenlund Would you believe I am actually doing a last minute source for tomorrow’s market. I have been invited somewhere very secretive and very exclusive to have a poke around, so lets hope I find some delights for us all! Above are a couple of shots of some new stock. Old English platters, perfect proportions for roast chicken with heavy silver cutlery. Trio of white French plates with gold trim. Gorgeous old Tinware for baking cakes and making bread and also a set of cookie…
Silk Sculptures by Lisa Kellner - Today in Art
I first featured Lisa Kellner’s art work last year when I saw her amazing quilting pin installations. Lisa recently informed me that she is currently showing “Suspended Presence” at the Urban Art Institute in Grand Rapids Michigan. So I checked out her website again and found some wonderful sculptures that I had to feature. I... Read more »
Textiles, rusty boats and peeling paint
Thank you for visiting me and for all comments on recent posts. It's lovely to hear from you and to see new followers I have a few things to share today ... Firstly, a couple of pages from my "sketchbook" which isn't really a sketchbook, but more like a sample book! I do draw and sketch a little, mainly still life. When I'm out and about I tend to use my camera for visual recording and a notebook for scribbling thoughts and ideas. Are you the same? There are so many ways of recording…
thank you for the plastic bags
plastic bags are made from valuable substances that took evolution millions of years to make. these wall hangings remind of the beauty and the ceaselessness of this process.
Our Changing Seas III
This large-scale ceramic coral reef sculptural installation is the third in Courtney Mattison's Our Changing Seas series. It was completed in March 2014 for Alumni Invitational 4 – its debut exhibition at the Tang Museum at Skidmore College in Saratoga Sp…
All I can say is WOW ... not sure I'd want to do this exactly but ... seeing... - RepinGram: Pictures for you
All I can say is WOW … not sure I'd want to do this exactly but … seeing… All I can say is WOW … not sure I'd want to do this exactly but … seeing as I have a few thousand skeins or more of fancy fibers, I'm always looking for ideas on how to possibly use them … very interesting concept!