If you have been following me on Instagram you will know that Brent Wear and I have been working hard on finishing a crap ton of smaller pieces in an affordable range to hang up at Johnny Sole 815 SW Alder in downtown Portland for the holidays. The show will be up until at least January with pieces rotating […]
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If you have been following me on Instagram you will know that Brent Wear and I have been working hard on finishing a crap ton of smaller pieces in an affordable range to hang up at Johnny Sole 815 SW Alder in downtown Portland for the holidays. The show will be up until at least January with […]
As Brent Wear and I are getting ready for our big holiday show (more on that soon), I couldn’t resist having some postcards made out of some of the collection of small pieces we are making. There is a corvid set and a burrowing owl set available while supplies last.
This is the first burrowing owl drawn in my calendar. He is my spirit animal. Is it okay to laugh at your own jokes? This guy pleases me to no end. So of course I had to draw more.. and that leads to some more formal drawings. and some collaborations with Brent Wear:
Brent Wear and I are now offering prints! Find them by hitting the shop tab or in my etsy shop.
So my friend Brent Wear and I have been working away on new pieces, and I am excited that some are finally finished. These most recent pieces have taken a bit of a turn of the surreal, but that is just our personalities bleeding into our work. As you may have guessed, we both have […]
January. There is something discomforting about the up-in-the-air-ness of January. I could say that this January is different due to decisions I made official in December, but that would be a lie. The fact of the matter is that January is a lot of pressure. We are expected to make promises to ourselves and the […]
Hiatus, sabbatical, something; I need a break. I packed up my sewing machine, and put the boxes of half-finished corsets and garter belts in storage. I carefully labeled my in progress designs, and put them in envelopes with their notes, so I can tell where I ended my design process, and put them in the […]
I exiled my sewing machine to the closet in mid-December intending to just take the holidays and January off from sewing. Before I knew it March was here, and my sewing machine was still put away. Of course what was meant to fill me with relief fills me with anxiety. Since moving my studio into […]