I would like to share with you a technique I was taught by Michel Garcia in 2017 of extracting pigment from indigo. Firstly, I have to admit that part of this technique was prompted by the farmer who gifted me the indigo as a guide as to get started. In
I realize that I have not taken the time to go through my many adventures from the past few years. It has been a wonderful time for me to explore the landscape of Oregon and Washington and I have seen so many little plants, fungi, and lichens. Time to take
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Taking a moment to understand the delicate power of isolation….. I have been writing in bursts of inspiration for my book that has been in my head for the last few years. Working towards getting it out of the corners of cerebral fantasies to the hard definitive form of words
October is textile month in Portland. I am thrilled to be part of this event. Actually, there will be several events through out the month and workshops as well. I will be teaching a one day workshop intensive at the R A W Textiles Studio on October 13th that will
The ritual act of making has the potential to manifest a visual language that would not exist without the artist. This language is understood by those who look, as if they have seen it before; in a dream maybe?….the collective consciousness. When working with all the facets of nature