"Wanted to pass on a nice shout out from Anika Smulovitz:
Seattle SNAG Conference was fun. Kiff Slemmon's exhibit, and exhibits at BAM, Fancy, and Facere were great, and the ring-a-day... all good!"
A group where you can post your bench problems and issues for discussion and comment.It's open and can be used to ask technical questions or post solutions, tips or ideas which you think might be of use to other members.See More
I'll be using this group to focus on different aspects of craft arts.Artist's. Work. Exhibits. Retail & Wholesale Venues. Photography.Hopefully, some humor as well. (I did say hopefully, I'll hope with you).See More
"Hi Sarah, thankyou for the kind comments, I havn't been on Crafthouse for a litle while, it is very encouraging, and motivating! Your works are very interesting, I love the fluidity. I would love to come to the opening of your show at…"
Hi Sarah, thankyou for the kind comments, I havn't been on Crafthouse for a litle while, it is very encouraging, and motivating! Your works are very interesting, I love the fluidity. I would love to come to the opening of your show at Guyomarc'h- I live about 15 mins walk away! I have a very busy April planned, what are the dates? Kate.
I would love, love, love that. We will have to plan it for September since I'll be gone all summer teaching at an arts camp where my kids go. In the meantime, I'll post some pictures on my blog of the set up I'm using to work in my room, since the evenings are a bit too cool in my indoor/outdoor studio at camp. It's all so compact, it'll be a fun challenge.
Scrounging for materials and tools is a central part of my studio practice, and there are great bargains to be found! In the past year, I’ve purchased a nice amount of silver for about $2/ounce, received several pounds of enamels, and refurbished…See More
"Hello Barbara, Thanks for the friend request. I see we are both new to the Crafthaus community. And, I see you are practically a neighbor being in Novato. I am in Penngrove. I once worked with fiber..doing paper masks…"
Art can be a way to heal. Many artists privately face invisible medical and mental illness challenges that others are unaware of because they look, and act, absolutely normal. Some artists creatively tap into these challenges and give voice to them…See More