Friday, November 23, 2012
Friday, November 16, 2012
|Susan Fleming The Treasure and the Orca's.|
The Gypsy Bazaar has been rearranged to make way for their first art show, "Primordial Soup". The show is in two stages, today November 16TH 2012 was the start of Susan Fleming's acrylic on canvas, "Impressions From Minus 40 Feet" Susan lived on Vancouver Island and did some scuba diving. Some of the paintings are from her memories of the deep underwater weightlessness. She also has a greeting card collection of five Enderby buildings or homes, all snowy for Christmas. Ben Fulton was proud of her rendition of the Gypsy Bazaar. I liked the pencil crayon Mandala that sold, it was very earthy. The art work will be up till December 8TH. The Second part of the art show will be a book launching on November 30TH from 3 to 7 PM for Susan's cook book "Button Soup" Drop in on Ben, Sarah and Susan at the Gypsy Bazaar on Mill Ave in Enderby on the 30th and have a taste of soup.
|Susan, Ben and his Mom Sarah. Ben is holding the card of the Gypsy Bazaar.|
cook book and Susan's art
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Hats have been on my mind lately, they are much smaller to work with and fit in a big box to be transported to and from home and markets. I had fun with Steve's old worn out jeans designing a landscape around the worn knee. My next project is for the ARTBEAT of Enderby, for more information on the art show fundraiser click on Artbeat.
|Cloche with Garlic scape detail.|
|Medieval inspired with bleached and painted cotton knit and a rocket on top.|
|This was a special order for The Healthy Chocolate Company. This symbol is the Mayan symbol for Chocolate.|
|The symbol on this side is the Mayan symbol for Healthy.|
|All together, in the foreground are Celtic belt/headbands, and the big dragonfly hat in the back I am still working on.|
|Had to have something for the Red Hat Ladies.|
|Cloche with grape vine tendrils. The fabric was dyed and painted by Anne DeVerteuil.|