Sunday, May 22, 2011

free motion graffiti

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While I am finally back home from teaching at the CREATE retreat I want to dedicate a couple more posts to sharing peeks at some student work from my classes. Yesterday was spend painting and sewing fun and messy art quilts in my free motion graffiti class....

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18 comments:

  1. looks like amazing fun!!

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  2. ow! these are so awesome! i always love visiting your blog to see the beautiful artwork you make!
    madisonavenue21logspot.com

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  3. I need to set my sewing machine back up!!! these are awesome :)

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  4. a feast for the eyes. thanks for sharing. I think I need to dig out my old sewing machine too
    Lee:)

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  5. i love the spontaneity shown in this class...

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  6. whyducks3:52 AM

    Lovely work!

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  7. Your artwork is so beautiful and I especially love todays. Thank you for sharing!

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  8. I try to figure out why it looks so great when you do it, and why it looks like a hot mess when I try! I guess I'll have to keep working on it! All the best - Chris

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  9. Alisa, thank you for the wonderful workshop--it was so fun!! I love my piece--am finishing it up in the next days

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  10. Oh wow, those are beautiful! I'd love to learn to make them.

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  11. Perhaps you'd be willing to teach this online?? :)

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  12. Hi! I took your class at Inspired a few weeks ago. I have since bought yards of muslin, paints,stencils, and foam to make my own stamps. I'll be digging into it next week! Thanks for inspiring me!

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  13. Lovely images, and I am sure they all had great fun.

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  14. Fantastic!
    Looks like a creatively good time :]

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  15. I am so intrigued by art quilting and free-motion stitching! For a person like me that has not one iota of coordination or accuracy when using a sewing machine, this medium seems to be more casual and less exact by nature. Maybe this is a good way for me to pursue sewing in my collage art?

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  16. I am in AWE of your creations and inspiration, so much so that I impulse purchased your sketchbook delight workshop and now I am soooo Keen to get started!!!!

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  17. Wow this is different art really i like this ..

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