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Julie Dodd, Blood Stream

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Julie Dodd, Blood Stream

Got a ton of old magazines? This artist tightly rolled-up mag pages to create this stunning canvas. [Photo: Pinterest]

Upcycling Goals: These Incredible Works Of Art Are Made Entirely From Rubbish

Got a ton of old magazines? This artist tightly rolled-up mag pages to create this stunning canvas. [Photo: Pinterest]

Something: Eva Isaksen

Eva Isaksen

A blog about art, folk art, unusual furniture, embroidery, web design, my flower photography, gardening, life and anything that might involve twig.

Creating images with stencils. The stencil will block out the tree shape so it appears as pale blue against a darker sky. I cut my stencils out of card stock for multiple use or contact paper for one-time use.

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Creating images with stencils. The stencil will block out the tree shape so it appears as pale blue against a darker sky. I cut my stencils out of card stock for multiple use or contact paper for one-time use.

Textile collaged artwork and art quilts begin with arranging pieces of fabric on my worktable, making decisions about color and pattern. I begin with blank fabric and print the patterns I need, combining monotype printing, relief printing, stencils, hand painting. I loved the combination of deep blue tones that filled this work.

All Galleries — Bobbi Baugh StudioArtwork Galleries - Bobbi Baugh Art Studio

Textile collaged artwork and art quilts begin with arranging pieces of fabric on my worktable, making decisions about color and pattern. I begin with blank fabric and print the patterns I need, combining monotype printing, relief printing, stencils, hand painting. I loved the combination of deep blue tones that filled this work.

In my studio in DeLand Florida. Work in Progress – Collaging an art quilt that combines hand printed fabrics, gel medium photo transfer. Acrylics on textiles.

Welcome-Landing-page — Bobbi Baugh StudioArtwork Galleries - Bobbi Baugh Art Studio

In my studio in DeLand Florida. Work in Progress – Collaging an art quilt that combines hand printed fabrics, gel medium photo transfer. Acrylics on textiles.

collage journeys: Layering and Making Textures

Layering and Making Textures

I am working on a series of pieces that are 12"x12", collage and paint on paper. I'll be mounting some of them (ones I want to exhibit) on wood panel. I don't know what these are about yet, what themes might emerge, but I am clearly working with a grid format; printed text as a background, a limited palette, and lots of layering. Here are some of them spread out on a table. Here is one in process. Another one in process. This one may be almost finished. I thought I'd share some of my…

Trying new methods with print and collage

Bobbi Baugh Studio. From her studio in DeLand, Florida, mixed media artist Bobbi Baugh creates paper and textile collaged works.

Victoria Potrovitza: Piercing the fabric - TextileArtist.org

Victoria Potrovitza: Piercing the fabric - TextileArtist.org

Victoria Potrovitza is a contemporary abstract fiber artist who lives and works in Lancaster, California. She received a MS Degree in...

Do you remember home? My 2018 series “Home is What You Remember” starts with the concept of memory and home and turns it over and over to see in new ways. This blog post is a look inside my studio at the process of creating “We Remember it in Pieces,” an art quilt created by painting with acrylics on textiles.

A Back-and-Forth Dance – Between Painting and Quilting — Bobbi Baugh Studio

Almost finished this one! (Pause for a celebratory sigh of accomplishment.) As I’m working on my 2018 series, “Home is What you Remember,” I’ve been doing a lot of process experimentation. And it seems to fit what I’m after in the meaning of the works. “Home” is a rich, deep, resonant, layered, em

Blogged here: notesonpaper.blogspot.com/2010/08/art-journaling-with-din...

Art Journaling with Dina Wakely: Part 4

Blogged here: notesonpaper.blogspot.com/2010/08/art-journaling-with-din...