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ART ARCHIVE 3 - Carolyn Saxby

my own art work, textiles and photography 2013 - all copyright Carolyn Saxby Textile Artist in St. Ives - www.carolynsaxby.co.uk
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CAROLYN SAXBY TEXTILES - I enjoyed making four new textile art hearts this week mostly seaside themed and one with a winter snowflake theme (a nod to the bitterly cold weather we are still having in St. Ives - flurries of sleety rain and hailstone storms).  This one is called "the edge of the waves" and was mostly aqua and ocean greens with a pretty shell I found on the beach.  I used beautiful hand dyed silk, finest nuno felt and my melted fabrics for texture Carolyn Saxby, Mixed Media Textile Art, Winter Sky, Seaside Beach, Winter Snowflakes, Beach Combing, Hand Dyed Silk, Art Archive, Nuno Felting
CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART
CAROLYN SAXBY TEXTILES - I enjoyed making four new textile art hearts this week mostly seaside themed and one with a winter snowflake theme (a nod to the bitterly cold weather we are still having in St. Ives - flurries of sleety rain and hailstone storms). This one is called "the edge of the waves" and was mostly aqua and ocean greens with a pretty shell I found on the beach. I used beautiful hand dyed silk, finest nuno felt and my melted fabrics for texture
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
CAROLYN SAXBY TEXTILES - I have finished constructing the pages in my newspaper journal ready for hand stitching next.  There are 32 pages in all not counting the chiffon layers.  The pages are made from altered newspaper and pieces from my erosion bundle.  I will share some of the pages once I've stitched on them and will also share how to make the journal on my blog (as previously eluded to) just as soon as I've caught up a bit more with things Paper Sewing Patterns, Pattern Paper, Sketchbook Art Journal, Art Journals, Sketch Inspiration, Journal Inspiration, Recycled Books
CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART
CAROLYN SAXBY TEXTILES - I have finished constructing the pages in my newspaper journal ready for hand stitching next. There are 32 pages in all not counting the chiffon layers. The pages are made from altered newspaper and pieces from my erosion bundle. I will share some of the pages once I've stitched on them and will also share how to make the journal on my blog (as previously eluded to) just as soon as I've caught up a bit more with things
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
CAROLYN SAXBY - a fragment from inside my erosion bundle - a discarded bottle top found on the beach at St. Ives.  It had interesting textures.  Also, you can see a scrap of highly rusted paper.  For week 8/52 of the jar project that looks at refraction, reflection, distortion, opacity, light, bokeh, colours, textures and subject matter through the medium of a glass jar or vessel with focus on a title containing only one word Beast From The East, Pretty Beach, Bottle Top, Wood Burner, Refraction
CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART
CAROLYN SAXBY - a fragment from inside my erosion bundle - a discarded bottle top found on the beach at St. Ives. It had interesting textures. Also, you can see a scrap of highly rusted paper. For week 8/52 of the jar project that looks at refraction, reflection, distortion, opacity, light, bokeh, colours, textures and subject matter through the medium of a glass jar or vessel with focus on a title containing only one word
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
CAROLYN SAXBY - my monday loves - the blue of a mussel shell, raindrops on window panes, drops of water on spring buds, pussy willow, berries, leaves, Modigliani, seedheads, beautiful skies, light, bokeh, birdies and snow (more on the way apparently) - I also love Mondays Canvas Collage, Branding Mood Board, How To Make Tea
CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART
CAROLYN SAXBY - my monday loves - the blue of a mussel shell, raindrops on window panes, drops of water on spring buds, pussy willow, berries, leaves, Modigliani, seedheads, beautiful skies, light, bokeh, birdies and snow (more on the way apparently) - I also love Mondays
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
CAROLYN SAXBY - where mussels grow - cornish blue slate, rocks and mussel shells - Godrevy, Cornwall St Ives Cornwall, Holly Leaf
CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART
CAROLYN SAXBY - where mussels grow - cornish blue slate, rocks and mussel shells - Godrevy, Cornwall
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
CAROLYN SAXBY TEXTILES - newspaper journals - blank pages - work in progress - at this stage the little journals have been constructed by machine stitching through layers of painted newspapers, chiffon and bondaweb Newspaper Journal, Blank Journal
CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART
CAROLYN SAXBY TEXTILES - newspaper journals - blank pages - work in progress - at this stage the little journals have been constructed by machine stitching through layers of painted newspapers, chiffon and bondaweb
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
CAROLYN SAXBY - neglect - my offering for this week's jar project is a sadly neglected but loved and much used paintbrush - love those bristles!  For week 7/52 of the jar project that looks at refraction, reflection, distortion, opacity, light, bokeh, colours, textures and subject matter through the medium of a glass jar or vessel with focus on a title containing only one word Artist Brush
CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART
CAROLYN SAXBY - neglect - my offering for this week's jar project is a sadly neglected but loved and much used paintbrush - love those bristles! For week 7/52 of the jar project that looks at refraction, reflection, distortion, opacity, light, bokeh, colours, textures and subject matter through the medium of a glass jar or vessel with focus on a title containing only one word
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
CAROLYN SAXBY - neglect - my offering for this week's jar project is a sadly neglected but loved and much used paintbrush and things on my desk - vintage papers gathered for a swap with Brian Kasstle, a mixed media artist from Long Beach, California.  For week 7/52 of the jar project that looks at refraction, reflection, distortion, opacity, light, bokeh, colours, textures and subject matter through the medium of a glass jar or vessel with focus on a title containing only one word Mixed Media Artists, Vintage Desk, Vintage Paper
CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART
CAROLYN SAXBY - neglect - my offering for this week's jar project is a sadly neglected but loved and much used paintbrush and things on my desk - vintage papers gathered for a swap with Brian Kasstle, a mixed media artist from Long Beach, California. For week 7/52 of the jar project that looks at refraction, reflection, distortion, opacity, light, bokeh, colours, textures and subject matter through the medium of a glass jar or vessel with focus on a title containing only one word
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
CAROLYN SAXBY - neglect - my offering for this week's jar project - a sadly neglected but loved and much used paintbrush.  For week 7/52 of the jar project that looks at refraction, reflection, distortion, opacity, light, bokeh, colours, textures and subject matter through the medium of a glass jar or vessel with focus on a title containing only one word Fabric Beads
CAROLYN SAXBY - neglect - my offering for this week's jar project - a sadly neglected but loved and much used paintbrush. For week 7/52 of the jar project that looks at refraction, reflection, distortion, opacity, light, bokeh, colours, textures and subject matter through the medium of a glass jar or vessel with focus on a title containing only one word
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
CAROLYN SAXBY TEXTILES - sea inspired faux paper chenille - a sample that led to mini newspaper journals (will share the little journals tomorrow) - layers of painted newspaper, chiffon and bondaweb stitched and distressed
CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART
CAROLYN SAXBY TEXTILES - sea inspired faux paper chenille - a sample that led to mini newspaper journals (will share the little journals tomorrow) - layers of painted newspaper, chiffon and bondaweb stitched and distressed
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
CAROLYN SAXBY TEXTILES - layers for making mini newspaper journals - painted papers, chiffons, sheers and painted bondaweb - what will she do with these?
CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART
CAROLYN SAXBY TEXTILES - layers for making mini newspaper journals - painted papers, chiffons, sheers and painted bondaweb - what will she do with these?
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
CAROLYN SAXBY - softly St. Ives - my favourite scene with vintage handwriting texture Through The Window
CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART
CAROLYN SAXBY - softly St. Ives - my favourite scene with vintage handwriting texture
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
CAROLYN SAXBY - winter light Collage Art, Collages, Mixed Media Collage, Winter Love, Winter Light, Photo Panel
CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART
CAROLYN SAXBY - winter light
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
CAROLYN SAXBY - dreaming of the sea Painting Tips, Drawing & Painting, Art Demo
CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART
CAROLYN SAXBY - dreaming of the sea
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
CAROLYN SAXBY - I'm enjoying the jar project this year, each week exploring  refraction, reflection, distortion, opacity, light, bokeh, colours, textures and subject matter through the medium of a glass jar or vessel.  This week's jar turned out so pretty I have decided to keep it on a corner of my studio windowsill along with Clarice.  What was meant to be a "moment in art" has turned into something I will enjoy for a while sitting amongst my pebble and fossil treasures collected
CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART
CAROLYN SAXBY - I'm enjoying the jar project this year, each week exploring refraction, reflection, distortion, opacity, light, bokeh, colours, textures and subject matter through the medium of a glass jar or vessel. This week's jar turned out so pretty I have decided to keep it on a corner of my studio windowsill along with Clarice. What was meant to be a "moment in art" has turned into something I will enjoy for a while sitting amongst my pebble and fossil treasures collected
Carolyn Saxby Textiles
Carolyn Saxby Textiles