A Spot of Tea in Springfield, Missouri

I had a lovely time in Springfield with the Ozark Piecemakers at their annual guild show.

My trip began with seeing a fabulous textile exhibit at the new Springfield Branson airport including the humorous work of Pam RuBert and beautiful organza work of Rosemary Claus-Gray, if you live in that part of the country I highly recommend a trip to the airport to see it.

On Thursday I gave a lecture and Friday taught my Tea and Ephemera workshop where we draw and paint imagery on tea bags then create collages on fabric; experimenting with a variety of processes from printing with thermofax screens to working with shiva paintstiks and stencils, rubber stamps and collaging printed abaca paper and decorative tissues.

Back to packing!

4 Responses to “A Spot of Tea in Springfield, Missouri”

  1. Gypsea says:

    Wow, looks like a cool workshop! Also, I love that fabric collage with the 3 arbors. I can really feel the depth!

  2. Fenter says:

    Hi,I am taking one of your classes in Houston. Don’t remember which one and my schedule is in Texas and I am in Qatar. Good luck on your packing for California. I know how it is not to have a firm date on moving. I am hoping we know something about moving back to US by the time of the Quilt Festival in Houston.

  3. cindy shake says:

    All lovely -love the warmth in the colors 🙂

  4. Sue says:

    Such vibtant, lively and exciting work. You are very inspirational.

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