Can't believe how quickly the last month has passed. This is what my dining room looked like a few weeks ago. I say "dining room", but for a while it's really been a dumping spot for my projects. While our dining table is away being fixed (the antique table collapsed under the weight of my art and craft supplies, no kidding!), the large expanse of floor is very handy for spreading out little crochet tetris squares and cutting prints and backing boards.
All of the projects (well, most of them...) from the past few months are now completed, and it's a great feeling. I'm looking forward to moving on with other projects that have been on the back burner for a little while... stay tuned :)
The final joining of Tetris Psychedelia's little squares turned out to be a mammoth project. This is how it turned out (not quite 280 squares as I intended, but shhhh... no-one needs to know that!) Once again the streets of Warwick were full of colour and amazing tree jumper artworks: I'll share some festival photos in the next post.
It might have been made to keep a tree warm, but it's now been repurposed as the perfect small blanket for keeping warm under while watching tv on these cold nights. Just need to work out what kind of edging it needs.
Jazz up your Nest was a beautiful exhibition - I'm so pleased and proud to have been part of it! Sue of Fledge Design did a wonderful job of once again transforming her office into a gallery space and curating this show so perfectly. I'm very excited to have sold a number of my original works and prints. Here are a few of the latest little tree paintings.