I make my slow accent to the top of the castle. I say slow because the stairs where well worn and very steep. I felt like I was scaling a mountian and had to use the hand rail to hoist me to the next step. This was one of the
As I sift through photos of my recent adventures I keep thinking how camera crazy I was. Like a tourist but also like a hungry artist let loose in her best situation. This was it. The moment. I am in it; I am present. Everything is hyper clear. As if
The adventure continues……….I actually have so much to share I am hustling to organize my thoughts and photographs. This is a good thing! I have not had this much excitement in my life in….,well, a life time. One day while I was shopping in the village deciding what cheese to
Spring is in the air and here in the Pacific Northwest that means rain followed by beautiful warm sunny days. These types of days are perfect for daydreaming. At the R A W Textiles studio I have been preparing to share my newest collection for Spring and Summer with you.
This summer I am thrilled to be part of an exhibit at Jacoby Art Center with four other fiber artist that work with natural dyes and processes. The show is titled “From the Inside Out”. My contribution to the show will be part of a series that I have started
Using natural dye is much like alchemy. But instead of turning lead into gold I turn iron and decomposing plants into beautiful colors. There are so many combinations with simple ingredients that can be transformed it is magical. I have been working on many new pattern designs for my new
I was recently asked to loan garments for a photoshoot that would be taken on the last of the dry fall weather in Portland. Shot at the magic hour by the talented Christine Shields and styled by Kate Rutter and Jill Mason. With models Meredith Adelaide and Maddie Witte. Featuring