Monthly Archives: March 2012

bit tipsy

The idea is to reinvent a piece of furniture from the tip. My piece is a big black table. My friends Sharon and Brianna have some ┬áblog entries about their Tip shop adventures there and they won the competition! Brianna … Continue reading

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from little things…..

Skip diver trees. I don’t like plastic, the look of it, the feel of it, it’s horrible smell and when I hear the those squeaky styrofoam noises and scrunchy plastic sounds it makes I feel irritated. The fact that is … Continue reading

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Dysart tour Flying Arts

Flying arts tour to Dysart, a workshop in printmaking using less toxic techniques. We etched aluminium using bluestone copper sulphate, and tried inky ground and crayon as our blockout mediums. The chine colle corked very well with the imagery. Had … Continue reading

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anything is possible… IWD 2012

BRISSC banner celebrating women and girls. The banner was designed and made in an afternoon for International Women’s day. Generosity of spirit, compassion, vibrance, resourcefulness, connectedness, caring, and listening are attributes of women I like, and when given a voice … Continue reading

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textiles and music program for people with disabilities

The program covers sunprinting, textile work, screenprinting, ikebana, drumming circle, song circle, learning about pattern and rhythm. There is felting, jewellery making, claywork, painting and drawing in an integrated program designed specifically for people with very high needs. It’s about … Continue reading

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