Windows On Woodstock is my textile art studio in Santa Ynez, CA. It is a converted barn which sits high on a hill overlooking Woodstock Road and the Santa Ynez Valley. Within the 1500+ square feet I create art pieces from my hand dyed fabrics which I screen print, paint, stencil, otherwise embellish and stitch. My work ranges from representational to conceptual to abstract. Several series are incorporated into my body of work.
Windows On Woodstock
Monday, November 26, 2012
This piece, Lost and Found--Legend of the Red-Tailed Hawk, has been accepted, along with Calzada Sunset (see last blog entry), into the SAQA Regional Showcase at the Poway Center for the Performing Arts (San Diego) during the month of January 2013. The title of the show is "Creative Inspiration", and my inspiration for both of these pieces is the Santa Ynez Valley--the mountains, the wildlife, the colors. Fibervision artists and other SAQA friends will also have work in this show, so this is going to be an exciting exhibit! Now I must get busy and construct the sleeve, etc., on the back of this piece so it can be hung for the show. Robert and I traveled constantly during the months of October and November, and were home only a few days. I am so far behind! Also, my conceptual drawing for the Chaine des Rotisseur, Santa Barbara - Ojai chapter, pin was selected. I need to do the final drawings for that this week! Time to get crackin'!