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Psyche

My new collection is finished finally and now I await the editing and updating before I can show the world. This year I was inspired by butterflies for the beautiful colors and patterns they have.  I realize as well the other metaphors that are attached to them such as a

Summer time fun

Earlier this summer I met a photographer, David Miller who invited me to come to Sauvie Island for a shoot. We had a lot of fun running from the mosquitoes and talking to the locals. I had to wait to release the photos as they were going in a magazine. 

Sirens of Seaside

I wanted to share this video that was made by John Campbell during the photo shoot I recently had at Fort Stevens in Seaside, Oregon. I am working with John to create a short film about R.A.W. Textiles and he has been collecting footage to compile. The musician / composer

Beach Glow

This is the last of the Beach series I will post.   After a glorious day of shooting we packed up our cabin and decided to take one last venture to the beach  in our back yard.  Literally we had to walk a short distance to find the next poetic

Fort Stevens

These photos are a continuation from the beach shoot.  While scouting for places to shoot we found this great bunker in Fort Stevens.  It was a maze of concrete rooms with odd cut outs for windows and trap doors everywhere. Photographer: Tomas Karwoski Jewelry : Emily Jane  

Sirens

I have more glorious shots from the beach to share.  This set is a butterfly robe that will be in my new collection for 2012.  The fabric is composted with berries that I grow in my garden and rust.  Both robes were processed the same but I used the rust

Rusted Cathedral

In Seaside Oregon lies a beautiful treasure beached in the sand like the bones of a sacred space.  I am speaking of the Peter Iredale shipwreck of 1906. I have lived in the Northwest my whole life and never until now seen this awe inspiring site.  Ever since I heard

Native grounds

This was the final stop of our road trip.  We found this native fishing site that was slowly decomposing over the years but you could still see how the structures could have been used by the natives that came to fish.  What a beautiful thing to find. The photos of

Ghost Town

  The image of paint and the window are from my camera.  Of course the beautiful one in the center is Mia as taken by John Campbell……..  

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