Tuesday, December 14, 2010

soft play

Mobile & other soft sculptures by Cocon Shop.

A pillow case by Sally Nencini : at Le Train Fantome.

I stumbled upon some beautiful soft sculptures this morning.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Holiday Renegade

I will be selling next Saturday and Sunday, December 18th- 19th at the Renegade Craft Fair in San Francisco! Come all...

Erica Prince in her studio...

Check out Matt's portrait of Erica Prince in her studio. She is making drawings and sculptures of these small sci-fi worlds. I wasn't able to go with Matt on the day of the shoot, I am so sad I missed seeing her and her new work. Her studio looks a bit like one of her interior drawings. So many things that reference one another...lots of getting lost in goodness and space.

Chinese Textiles

I happened upon these Chinese textiles when browsing the internet. Clothing without its person often looks lifeless, but these pieces seem to come alive in their flatness, like shaped characters or paintings. You can see more...

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Holiday Heap 2010

Holiday Heap was amazing! Thanks so much to everyone who came and fought the crowds to come by my table. I saw lots of friends and met many nice people. It was so exciting! I hope to do it again next year.

On another note, I have more holiday goodies for sale at the MICA Art Market which started today and runs through Saturday. I will be working all day on Saturday, so please do come by and pay me a visit. It's a great place to do a bit of stocking shopping.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Just a holiday reminder...

The holidays are just around the corner and I wanted to remind you all that I will be selling new work and festive bits at Holiday Heap. I will also be selling a handful of rebe goods as well: Paula Pockets $60, lunch sacs $30 & hand-embroidered circle ornaments $10!

Holiday Heap
Saturday, December 4th
2640 St. Paul Street Baltimore, MD 21218
Free & festive
Look for me in the back room!

Eatable of Many Orders

A friend who often sends me wonderful things to peak at just sent me to a Japanese site called Eatable of Many Orders. Most everything is in Japanese (at least I think it's Japanese) and it is all so wonderful! I would love to know more about this artist...like their name. I think everything here is madly beautiful and very inspiring. Lots of drawings made real!