now, it’s Art Selling Girl!

July 17, 2009

Everyone has a superhero name, and mine changes weekly. This week it’s Art Selling Girl. One of my works sold from my Gallery Obscura show! One Shot, at your right, sold unframed. Yay! I love, love LOVE selling work for a number of reasons. One, the money is always nice. Two, it’s always uplifting that […]

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More purchases from the heart of the economy

May 12, 2009

The other day I was on Redbubble and found a recently submitted photograph to a group I’m a member of. It was a card of this beautiful needle felted artwork: Something about the farmer and the sun and the garden spoke to my heart. And I loved the fact that there was a real spade […]

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Much goodness!

April 27, 2009

I realised that I didn’t share with you the finished pictures of the Dragon Family! So here they are in my studio before delivery Of course, there was a dragon costume for the biggest one, but since it wasn’t my work I figured I wouldn’t photograph it for posterity. Here is the Mid Dragon on […]

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Craft Swap has landed!

March 3, 2009

The lovely Susan at Isabella Golightly recieved her package in the mail yesterday, so I can post photos here! I asked her what colours she liked and wheather she preferred sewing or knitting. Her reply was I probably lean towards blues and greens for colours, the jewel colours…Knitting v sewing – that’s a real toughie […]

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Such a crafty sunday!

February 22, 2009

What a lovely Sunday it was. I went to breakfast at a great cafe in Carlton, then went home and decided it was high time I finished a bunch of things off that have been kicking around for a while. So I first went to my mending pile, fixed two pairs of pants and two […]

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January 19, 2009

So I’ve been thinking about community for a while now. I’m sort of reading a book called Bowling Alone : The Collapse and Revival of American Community by Robert D. Putnam, which talks about the decline of the American community over the past 100 years. How people used to belong to bowling clubs, church groups, […]

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It was the Monster Mash…

January 16, 2009

Firstly, the interview went really well! I was worried that I wouldn’t have enough to say so I made a page of notes I could refer too. But then I started speaking and off I went. I spoke for 20 mins and still had a bunch of things to say. So I’ll write a post […]

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Is there nothing knitters can’t do? Part 2

January 12, 2009

So I firstly stumbled across this image when I was searching for mummies. As in the monsters. As in The Curse Of… and other such classic movies, let alone Brendan Fraser in between his Encino Man and Scrubs period. So no, I have no idea how this one came up, but I’m glad it did. […]

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Good New Year News

January 6, 2009

Oh, ok, so maybe I’m dorky, but I’m always thrilled when someone buys something of mine. It makes me feel warm and special and happy. And I’m telling you this because someone just bought my baby Yeti off Etsy! Ta taa! When I first started on Etsy, I had two sales pretty quickly and then […]

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some beautiful things

December 28, 2008

firstly, merry christmas! I hope you had a lovely one filled with everything you like 🙂 As part of my Christmas, I participated in The Toy Society’s Christmas Drop (What a lot of capitals) The idea, for those of you who haven’t seen it yet, is to make a doll and then leave it somewhere […]

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