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At 2:55pm on May 11, 2012, Brigitte Martin said…

I knew it was you when they said "our next caller is a Fiber Artist from Atlanta."

Thanks so much for calling in, that was really great. Thank you for the support. I heard from many crafthausers that they tried, glad one of us got through :-)

B.

At 4:32pm on April 29, 2012, Lisa Sorrell said…

Thanks, Leisa! It's nice to "meet" you. 

Lisa Sorrell

At 9:46pm on February 18, 2012, Cami Ruh Clemo said…

Wonderful fiber work, nice to meet you! :)

At 3:10pm on February 18, 2012, Alena Stukavcova Dolezalova said…

Hello Leisa, thanks for nice message. It is very pleasant for me to be in contact with you here on Crafthause. I like your interesting work very much!

At 10:11am on February 18, 2012, Chris Irick said…

Leisa, thanks for your nice comment about my work.  It is great to connect with you on crafthaus.

At 5:52pm on January 23, 2012, Melissa Cameron said…

No worries ;) I have learned more about it, just knowing that it has appeared in Australia and America. I'll just have to keep sleuthing. Nice to meet you, by the way!

At 5:39pm on January 23, 2012, Melissa Cameron said…

Leisa! You mentioned over on Piece Progressions that you used to have the tin that the Blue Tin Set was made out of. You wouldn't happen to know what was originally in that tin, would you? You're the first person I've come across who has ever seen it before ;)

At 1:27pm on January 19, 2012, mary obodzinski said…

cool!  I love your work!  I have dabbled in fibers in the past & I got my fiber dabbling started in Texas - I used to live in Lewisville!   

At 2:06pm on December 6, 2011, Jessica Calderwood said…

Hi Thanks for connecting. I really like the textures you use in your work...very cool!

At 4:45pm on November 25, 2011, Matthew Naftzger said…

Hi Liesa - Thanks for the compliment!  So much more to do yet, and more images to put up!

At 1:49pm on November 5, 2011, Tom McCarthy said…

Hi Liesa -- thanks for the request.  Sorry I took so long; been off teaching.  You have quite a range of very nice work.

At 6:35pm on October 22, 2011, Frances Solar said…

Hi Leisa,   great to have your friend request, I see you also lived in London Ont, where I grew up! Your work is wonderful...

At 10:00am on October 22, 2011, Francesca Gabrielli said…

Hi Lisa, thank you!

At 11:01am on October 18, 2011, kerianne quick said…

Hi Leisa. thanks for the request. 

At 1:29pm on October 17, 2011, Jonathan Leo Brown said…

I love your work it's beautiful and meaningful, nice to meet you.

At 1:01pm on October 6, 2011, Catherine Grisez said…

Thanks for the kind words Leisa!

At 12:40pm on September 23, 2011, Glen Guarino said…

Please look at our calls for online exhibitions here at Crafthaus.  All juried shows are highlighted for one month & then permanently shown in "Past Online Exhibits".

 

At Your Service

http://crafthaus.ning.com/group/crafthausexhibition/forum/topics/open-call-at-your-service

 

In the Making: Short Demo

http://crafthaus.ning.com/group/crafthausexhibition/forum/topics/call-for-entries-in-the-making

 

 

At 3:26pm on September 20, 2011, Barbara Minor said…

Nice to see your work!  

At 12:40pm on September 13, 2011, Amber Aguirre said…

Aloha Leisa, Nice to meet you.  No I don't know your painter friend from Kauai.  We are pretty far away from Kauai and I don't know many painters...more clay people.  I like your work. Bravo!

At 10:13am on September 13, 2011, Bifei Cao said…

Thanks Leisa, your work is amazing as well. my web is bifeicao.com. thanks again

Tales From the Tool Box - A Crafthaus Online Exhibition

Diana Greenwood
‘There is always one moment in childhood…’

Mantel Box 230 x 330 x 45 mm

Mantel Box in Cherry wood with a hinged glass door, containing a silver vessel marked ‘drink me’, marbles, sweets and found objects

A piece about childhood, forgotten toys, favorite stories and the loss of innocence as the future beckons, inspired by ‘Garden of Love’ by William Blake.

Image Credit: Diana Greenwood

www.diana-greenwood.com

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