The artist, paints with dyes onto fabric. The hand (dye) painted fabrics are washable and suitable for sewing into quilts, clothing, wall hangings and textile cards. The textile frames up beautifully into works of art.
Watercolour paintings are also featured on this blog by this member of the Federation of Canadian Artists.
513 Park Avenue
10" X 14"
$179.00 with free shipping in Canada and the USA
Camping this week, I brought out my art suitcase to the picnic table along with a pillow to sit on. Might as well be comfy painting. What do you do to warm up after not painting for a bit? I like to add some brush strokes to paintings that are already started. Summer has been busy and I found I had a few unfinished paintings in my kit from mid summer so I set them up to have a look.
Painting Started and Reference Photo
This one I had started in July as a demo at a market. The whites were masked with tape and I had started it by sponging on some flower colours and a few greens. After evaluating where I wanted to go with the painting, I enjoyed and hour or so adding some darker darks, detailing some flowers and toning down some of the white. This person's hanging baskets have delighted me so much, that I must get a card made and drop it off the next time I am in Kaslo, BC.