and pictures always tell a story
Here is a wonderful journey called
The Story Beyond the Still
A competition by Canon "to interpret what story lives beyond this still and to tell that story with the new Canon EOS 7D. Vincent Laforet's "The Cabbie" will be the first chapter of seven, each ending with a still photograph for the next aspiring filmmaker to interpret. Posing the question to
"the aliens could be "right under or noses – or even in our noses."
Location: Dayton Street above sweetie shop door
Meanwhile in Jafabrit's Studio
Some new textile art to leave around town somewhereQuestionable Crafts for YOUR Consideration at kraftomaticQuestions about Knit GraffitiOutdoorKnit asked a very good question.When do we stop?"What's the point if it is mainstream
I just HAD to share this, it had me in stitches.
Oh talking about STITCHES!
I finally faced it, stitching the face that is. ARG! I was just so nervous about how to go about it, what thread to use, what direction the stitches would go in, etc. I ended up using a cotton polyester thread rather than embroidery floss. Still haven't figured out the hair yet. What I am MOST happy about are the
A friend of mine, Michael Fleishman, just published his sixth text book (Delmar Cengage Learning) and whee! looky here.
Double Whee! my paintings are in chapter 16, Drawing Observes Page 261. I am truly honored to be included in this book, thank you Michael and congratulations on a fabulous book (The colour plates are just gorgeous)and YES! inspiring.Here is a video about the book.I am also
andI had to draw and then paint.work in progress
Originally I planned a couple months ago to paint a dog on an orange background on canvas. I painted the canvas a yummy orange and there is sat in my studio for two months. Yesterday I had an urge to draw so I painted over the canvas in white and cream acrylic. It is wonderful to just draw on it with charcoal and wipe off with a soft cloth. So I
only the young and female create pieces for yarnbombing. These gorgeous pieces were knitted by a local professor, Gary Pierson for Olga Ziemska's "flock of hands" sculpture.
Thanks Gary they are gorgeous.Knitting in the NewsDave Cole takes Knitting to New HeightsMeanwhile back at the StudioI am slowly working on pieces for Olga's "flock of hands" sculpture AND knit knot tree II. I am also