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A few days after the opening reception for Frequency, I had the opportunity to visit textile artist Jun Tomita’s studio. This visit was instigated by felt artist and one-woman Kyoto welcome wagoneer Jorie Johnson (thank you Jorie!), who accompanied Kristofer and I into the … Continue reading
My husband Kristofer Kelly has been adding a lot of new material to his website lately, including a project he has been working on with Vlad Amiot.
ACAD Fibre Program is pleased to be co-sponsoring a talk by Shauna McCabe, curator of the exhibition Marimekko, With Love at the Textile Museum of Canada. Join us at 2 pm CORRECTION 3 pm in the Stanford Perrot Lecture Theatre at … Continue reading
Household Notions at the Telephone Booth Gallery Nov 30, 2011 – Jan 28, 2012 Featuring work by: LIZZ ASTON – paper burn-out, porcelain NOELLE HAMLYN – free-motion embroidery PAM LOBB – mixed media printmaking DORIE MILLERSON – needle lace AMANDA … Continue reading
Nov 24th – 3 pm to 9 pm | Nov 25th – 1 pm to 9 pm | Nov 26 – 11 am to 5 pm Visit ACAD’s website for more.
EPCOR CENTRE for the Performing Arts is thrilled to present Burnt Toast Studio’s Brad Snyder, Edwin Herrenschmidt, Alden Alfon, Shannon MacKinnon and James Jensen, exhibiting print, design and text, over the summer months in its Window Galleries. These five artists … Continue reading
I was recently given the opportunity to read the summer issue of Hand/Eye, an online/print publication with an ambitious vision. HAND/EYE is an independent, international publication which explores the nexus between design and development, culture and commerce, art and craft, … Continue reading
Aerial photographs by Stephan Zirwes But Does it Float is a co-curatorial project of Dutch interaction designer Folkert Gorter and Atley, a graphic designer and art director. Both are based in Los Angeles.
“Of Dichotomies and Identities is inspired by New Delhi’s traffic, her people and their modes of transport are a physical symbol of where I come from, where I belong, and who I am. In my mind, the local transportation system … Continue reading
Fashioning Self and the Environment | An Earth Day Open House at the Textile Arts Center 505 Carroll Street, Brooklyn, New York Environmental fiber artist Abigail Doan and the Textile Arts Center in Brooklyn are teaming up to present an … Continue reading
Burnt Toast Studio is a collective of visual artists working in Calgary Alberta. Founded in 2000 by a group of printmakers studying at the Alberta College of Art + Design, Burnt Toast now includes artists working in other media. Studio … Continue reading
Have you been enjoying Studio Practice? Have something to share from your studio? Please consider submitting your images and text today. Images of work in progress and process shots are encouraged. Please include some text describing your practice and/or your … Continue reading
Recently my husband James and I started a new venture – Rabbet. The goal is to create fun, affordable artworks for the home. Most of the pieces start with sketching and painting. My studio has a large table where I … Continue reading
MakeShift is an art and research project that examines the relationships between ‘making’, ‘clothing’ and ‘living’. The basic premise for the project is that for a period of one year starting on September 1st, 2009, I will only wear things … Continue reading