As always, your paintings are stunning, and the Oscar de la Renta dress is gorgeous.
I MUST have that chair! (Your sketchbook is awesome, as always! :-)
i absolutely adore ikat!
Love your header! Great items, I like the colors of the picture on the last photografie! :) x http://www.indie-and-fashion.blogspot.com/
Alisa I have never thought to take on the Ikat pattern before...you are an inspiration and a fierce leader!Now to pull out my journal and fabric 8}
Alisa: quiero contarte que tu trabajo en este blog, me ayudó a tomar fuerzas y hacer el mio propio.Te admiro.Gracias. Saludos desde Argentina-Buenos Aires.http://tusmanosylasmias.blogspot.com/
There is simply nothing but inspiration on your blog! I really rediscovered my love for doodling after I started reading it. My last post is a little piece inspired mostly by your work, just wanted to let you know :)
What a funky pattern! It's so interesting how certain designs are contagious at certain times...from clothing to jewelry to furniture to dishes! I think it's neat to see how common it is, b/c I never pay as much attention as I should to what's stylish!
looove that turquoise scarf.kelly
Ah Alisa, Thank you for telling me what this fun yet sophisticated pattern is called. I have been seeing it and trying to describe it to people. How do you describe it? I was obviously making no sense at all to anyone because I kept getting these return looks of total bewilderment. :) Anyway, great post and great images.Thanks again,Pam @ BeColorful
Ikat fabrics are very versatile thing for decoration, ,It give very good look on each and every thing whether it is use for home decoration or it can use as a clothes. Thank you for sharing. I really like your blog. oriental rugs for sale
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