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Simple Shapes No3, open edition giclee print

Simple Shapes No3 is the third in a new series of prints based around shape, form, repetition and colour. Colours used in this piece include tomato red, steel grey, off-white and black on a warm grey background. All my images start life as something hand created, either painted, printed or drawn. My images are then digitally arranged and coloured. The paper size is A3, with a small white border around the edge of the image. The paper measures approximately 11.5 x 16.5 inches. The…

We can do this if we study and obey His word daily that it transforms us: "I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well," Psalm 139:14.

Stacked IKEA Bookshelves In The Center of the Room and a Door as Table top ~ for Storage Worktable - Crafting Is My Life

"I stitch pictures about things that have happened in my life - they usually show me and my family and my pets. They're a sort of diary of memories, usually sad ones as I tend to stitch to make myself better after something awful has happened. . . My pieces are very domestic, they are about our home, and life in our home: they are our wallpaper. I like to think I am making things like women in the past making quilts - memories held in fragments of cloth and stitch." The work of Primmy…

Love those colours, the thoughts, the fluid movement. Springboard for a quilt that uses all my precious fabric remnants it will make me smile as I Create and joy when I use it.

Twelve Life Lessons for Creativity The Retrospective and Introspective Insights from an Artist’s Journey. © 2002 Judith Reilly Around 1996, I was asked to make my first retrospective slide presentation. As I laid out photographs of my work from the…

My work can be seen at The Customs House South Shields as part of the Illustrative and Stitched Drawing exhibition. Its on until Sunday 10th January.

How To Make A T-Shirt Quilt: For Dummies

Good morning everyone! As many of you know from my posts on Facebook, I finished my t-shirt quilt! It took a lot of time and patience, but it was so worth it! Several of you have been asking how...