My studio proper is a bit chilly in this below freezing weather. I find it a great excuse to spend my time folding tessellations in the warmer zones of our work/live space. The initial step in creating tessellations from paper is to fold a bazillion little creases all over the paper. Then crumple the paper up
EncaustiCamp was an amazing repeat of last year’s event. This year I added a few extra days to my trip to soak in the beauty of Oregon. One of my first stops was at Stumptown to liven my flight weary brain. I was introduced to Stumptown coffee in Port Townsend, WA at the Undertown and am
I have a thing for paper boats, the kind I used to make sitting in the church pew. After a recent trip to the Yucatan Peninsula, I believe my brain absorbed the salt water… and this song won’t leave my head, so I keep making boats.
I apologize for the busy background. This garland is a Christmas gift for my sister-in-law. The origami papers have varying Asian designs. The garland is strung on strong quilting thread. The stars are held in place with sticky-tack concealed inside the point, so they can be adjusted according to the recipient’s desires. She can even