Category Archives: Techniques

A light, easy, fast costume wig.

This project came together quite fast – only somewhere around 3 leisurely hours – and it’s made entirely from fabric remnants, chosen to approximate the color of reddish and brown hair. I made it up as I went along, so … Continue reading

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Well, I’m glad you asked!

F.A.Q. About My Artworks Because my work is a bit unusual, here are some quick answers to things you might be wondering… Where do you get your materials? Pack ratting, lucky finds on walks, anywhere I can find things other … Continue reading

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Three-tiered cookies

I recently had a Martha Stewart moment. After making up some cookies for a bachelorette party, I realized that I didn’t have an appropriate Tupperware container to hold all of them. Really, I didn’t have any sort of plastic or … Continue reading

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A place for everything…

Since I’ve been able to clear out the garage, and have put all my “junk” into my new cabinets (thanks, mom!) I once again have the space I need to break out the stinky oil paints again. Really I am … Continue reading

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