Monthly Archives: June 2011

Pinning Flowers

My Haystack iron is getting a floral inundation: lots and lots of hand-stitched fabric flowers pinned (and later sewn) to the surface. The halo around the iron (appliqueing the stitch-drawing to the satiny fabric) made it look like a holy … Continue reading

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Folding the Story

My book work will be in an exhibition opening this week at the Trois Gallery in the ACA Library at SCAD-Atlanta: Folding the Story showcases recent book work from three Atlanta artists: Colleen Cameron, Michelle Cornelison, and Ashley Schick. While … Continue reading

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I can count to 31 on one hand, and over a thousand on the other. Can you?

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One Man Biennial

Shea Hembrey was dissatisfied with his experience at contemporary art┬ábiennials. So he decided to make his own event. And all of the art(ists) in it… Using two basic criteria and a recurring thread of responding to natural phenomena, Hembrey created … Continue reading

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Listening and Editing

Today was the Westside Arts District’s monthly art walk. The idea of editing, of an artist’s choices and selections, reoccurred throughout the lectures today. How do we go about making connections? How do we name what we do?Artists respond to … Continue reading

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New Work

New prints, the copper plate, and new embroidery projects

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Making polymer plates (solar plates). Practicing calibrating the print-out to the exposure unit… The photograph is from Avignon.

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