I’ve been working on some printed cloth to incorporate into soon-to-be-revealed petal-una pieces. These are floating print layers and are one-of-a-kind pieces, each having a life of its own. I am always on the look-out for what I feel are perfect confluences of pattern and color in whatever surface design work I’m up to – these confluences will often become the subject of further image and pattern development. Here are lightly embellished “portraits” of some of these recent discoveries:
Receptives 1-6. To be continued.🌀
Busy hands. 🌀
Little process reel - #waxresist #indigodyed
I'll be featuring my indigo-dyed artisan apparel in a group show this weekend (5/6-7). #grantparkatl neighborhood/swipe left for show details and visit @petalunacollection for more images.🌀
Working on multiple streams of work including indigo dyeing for wearables, stitching, other cloth enrichment, 3-d construction, etc...so everything takes more time 🤔😆- and hey, is it already the end of March?? For more about my little artisan apparel line, please check out @petalunacollection.
Starting a new round of indigo-dyed cloth for wearable and other work.
Found this #anole outside on my studio window ledge, alas fatally injured and transitioning to dust, vine tendril still wrapped around its leg. I moved it to this leaf to photograph and its color change was even more apparent. Disappeared from the leaf later, presumably still fresh enough to nourish another creature. Assume it is a #greenanole which are now more prevalent here - north of the Georgia fall line - and often slip into my studio for a visit. 🌀