Sunday, January 26, 2014

In the studio

A sneak peek at what's been happening in the studio this week.


 Rusted, mono printed and discharged cottons,


hand and machine stitching,


signed and photographed.

Now for the editing and listing on Etsy.
Soon.

20 comments:

  1. These are gorgeous. I too love rust dyeing and working with tea bags! I just visited your Pinterest page and pinned some of your beautiful work. Thanks for this post and your incredible photos of ice!

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    1. Welcome to my blog Linda! There are a lot of rust and tea bag enthusiasts out there, as I'm sure you've found. Thank you for the kind words. Enjoy!

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  2. I think these are a must have in anyone's collection, they are splendid as individual artworks as well as greeting cards. xo C

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    1. Thank you my dear. They are mini collages...at least that was the approach I took. And working on them allowed my mind to focus...and drift...and decide a few things. Stay tuned.

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  3. Hi Jennifer - lovely work - what fabric do you use for the foundation? They seem quite firm like the quality of paper

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    1. Thank you Rosie! These are cards that will be available soon on Etsy. Just used a card stock for the base. Enjoy!

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  4. These are so beautiful! An exhibition in miniature ...

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  5. Really interesting work...beautiful.

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  6. I like this last photo, the way you lined up these gems! Beautiful!

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    1. Thank you! That's my "food for thought" board right now. Giving me plenty of ideas for later. Enjoy!

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  7. I'm definitely intrigued, Jennifer! What a beautiful collection of patterns in a lovely, rusty palette...a visual feast the way you've displayed them...

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    1. Thank you Lisa! Some cards made from bits and pieces of the rusted, mono printed and discharged cottons. Starting small at getting my work out there for sale. I'm finiding out that getting good photos for Etsy is not as easy as photographing them for the blog...or maybe it is and I'm just making it more difficult... Enjoy!

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  8. J - very exciting - well done you getting the stuff out there. All success to you. B

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    1. Thank you Barry! It's about time I got back to selling. Now...if only the cards actually will sell. Enjoy!

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  9. You really do have a way with rusted papers and mono prints too... best wishes for sales. and I hope you have a productive wonderful new year.

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    1. Donna, I am truly honored. Down right gobsmacked in fact. Not to gush, but as amazing as your artistry is...well...it's an honor that you notice my work. Thank you! Wishing you a productive and creative 2014.

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  10. Oh what beauty! I would love to see more pictures! Will head to Etsy to see if you have them listed, as there is always more pictures there. Love your creations Jennifer!

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    1. Thank you Kim! Wait a bit to stroll over to Etsy - the shop is not yet open. Seems I shouldn't be planning the twins' 7th birthday party and trying to open an Etsy shop at the same time. Almost had the minions from Despicable Me listed as being for sale! Stay tuned. Enjoy!

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