Category Archives: Education

Christmas Cards

This year I decided to make Holiday Door Fobs and send those as Christmas cards this year.  I had lots of fabric to chose from.

Lots of Christmas fabric
Lots of Christmas fabric to chose from

I made a mini quilt using the technique I described in the blog below: 

Making a Mini Quilt part 1

Run this slide show and you will see how I made the door fobs.  Enjoy. 

Fabric Painting Demo

This coming Saturday, July 23rd, I’m doing a fabric painting demonstration at The Art Gallery at Keystone Lake.   I’ll be there between 2 and 4 pm.

Last January I took a class from Patt Blair, this is her technique using Tsukineko Inks.  I’m also using her drawing method from a photograph that truly anyone could do!

Here are a couple pieces that I’ve already completed.  I’ll be working on new ones Saturday.

Three Boys
Three Boys
Alaska cove
Alaska cove

Mentorship with Carol Ann Waugh

It started in January when I made the “leap” to even apply to Carol Ann Waugh’s Mentorship Program. Then there was the panic of being accepted in February.  Classes started in March and its been a fun challenge.  I’ve put together an artist statement, a body of work statement, a new web site  (with my name as the domain name), and a portfolio.  I’m still working on the social media.  Needless to mention the Art Work has to be completed for the show which opens July 28, 2016.  My classmates are two other emerging artists, Karen Bennett and Mary Clark.

Mary Clark, Karen Bennett, Keats Scott
Mary Clark, Karen Bennett, Keats Scott

Check out the post on Carol’s web site about the process.