I'm thrilled and honored to be a part of this show with CAMIBA Art, opening this Friday. Please come and join us for the opening reception, or stop by over the next month for a visit. It's an eclectic and exuberant collection of ten Austin artists.

ausTEN: a group show of ten Austin artists Opening reception: Friday, December 19 at 5:30pm 2000 East 6th St. Austin, TX 78702

A few more

The upside to a broken sewing machine is that all I can do is keep on creating pieces. A new machine should arrive tomorrow, and until then I'll just keep on building.

A few new pieces in the works

There are 10-15 pieces in the works right now. Here's a sample of them in progress.

A work in progress

A new piece in the works. Based very loosely on a freeze frame from the World Cup. My husband paused the TV and what stuck was a really beautiful collection of squares. He took a photo for me and that was the start of this piece, although by the time I had half of the fabric set I forgot the goal was squares, and the second half was all kinds of shapes. It's all pinned down now and ready to sew.

The People's Gallery

An exciting update (and apologies for the absence - the tiny baby did not prevent art from being made, but did prevent me from posting about it); I have three pieces up all year at The People's Gallery in City Hall. It's a great honor and it's a blast to see my work hanging around the hallways.

Big piece

A while back I posted some in progress shots of this large work - it's about 5 1/2 feet long and 3 feet high. Finally declared it done and had it professionally photographed.

Big piece underway

The new big piece all pinned before I started sewing a few weeks ago. Hopefully I'll make it in time for EAST.



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