Monthly Archives: February 2017
The Art Gallery of Ontario has a beautiful set of studios in the old atelier-style and they offer courses with really great teachers. I lucked into a short course of four classes in watercolour experimentation with Kelley Aitken. Learning lots … Continue reading
Here’s the latest tapestry. Eweknit, the store where I teach tapestry, is expanding their weaving program into floor loom weaving and they are asking for some help to set it up. Very exciting!
Elizabeth Forrest is an amazing teacher! I had such a great time learning the printing technique. Japanese wood block printing is fairly laborious but a lot of fun and actually easier than I thought. Getting a great print isn’t easy, … Continue reading
I signed up for a Japanese wood block printing course which ran over the past couple of weekends. In anticipation of the course, I had a burst of watercolour energy. What designs are appropriate for printing and wood block in … Continue reading
Here are two new tapestries. Having fun!
A beautiful sunset scene over the North River estuary in Cape Breton inspired me for a triptych tapestry. Having never tried to work a tapestry where the subject is a landscape, I developed a small sample of a side panel. … Continue reading