Thank you so much for all who came to Triptych and supported the Aviary Show. This is my second time there, and I look forward to going back next year! So many new "customers" (aka newfound friends.)
Saturday, December 30, 2023
I have been so thoroughly enjoying making birds this year. I've got them in nests, LED lit trees and on wreaths. There are some still available at Triptych for another couple of days.
Here is a special order one that I just finished.Started off with some brocade, some metallic gold cotton, metallic flat yarn and regular wool yarn, plus the pattern that I finally created to make the kind of birds that have lots of feathers!
Still experimenting with how to make wire legs so they can stand on their own.
Here are some tucked into wreaths and home decor, a new area of interest this year. Will be making more of them as each season comes upon us.
Wednesday, November 15, 2023
Nov 24th through December 31st 2023
Triptych Gallery on Gay St in Phoenixville
An assortment of bird related textile arts
Tuesday, November 7, 2023
I've been making all kinds of birds for many years, but this year's theme is BIRDS BIRDS BIRDS!
Also trying my hand at wreath making for upcoming shows, tucking my birdies into them. I am making wreath birds with outdoor fabric so they are waterproof and won't fade in the winter sun.
Next stop is Frog Hollow Art Show Nov 10, 11 and 12. Come see me for birds, wearable art jackettes, dresses, shawls, and various textile arts including cats, chickens, angels, vases with flowers and more!
Tuesday, October 24, 2023
Saturday, August 26, 2023
BUSY WITH THE BIRD THEME....
Sept 23rd My artist neighbor Harriet Hill and I are hosting an ART SOCIAL at 146 Rossiter Ave, at the very end of the cul de sac. Stop by and get to know us, hang out with neighbors, enjoy the art (for purchase), make a paper bird wand. Light refreshments.
RAIN DATE: Sunday Sept 24, 11-5.
November 10, 11 and 12th back at it with Frog Hollow Art Show
Friday, July 14, 2023
I love 3 dimensional fiber art. Making birdies with various fabrics and using felt to back the feathers. It's a bit of a challenge to make them stand on legs/feet. Going to pop some into nests too. The standing ones are about 9" long x 5" high, the one in the nest is 9" long by about 3" high.