September 13, 2011

It's What I Do....

The Texture Tuesday challenge this week is the interpretation of the verb "do" and one of Kim's fabulous textures.


Kim's "Autumn Burst" texture
The frames are from Designer Digitals 

I'm in my studio working 6-8 hours everyday.  It's what I love to do!

I'm a fiber artist.  Here is a sampling of what I do.


32 comments:

Catherine Denton said...

I'm amazed at what you "do". Fiber art is fascinating!
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hannah said...

Powerful stuff.
Overflowing with talent.

BTW, how did you manage to stay so 'clean' against the autumnburst background? I never manage to get the mask cleaned up properly.
I just bought a janone, lowest of the range, after my beloved industrial Pfaff gave out. Quite a change from the cast iron to plastic. But at least I don't have to yank the bobbin thread out of the race hundreds of times.

helena said...

love the photo of you at work - wouldn't it be great if we could have textures on the walls of our studio space

AshTreeCottage said...

You are so creative!

Hugs,
Susan and Bentley

Kia said...

Lovely to see you at work! :)
Gorgeous texture work, so clean and pretty!

Neringa said...

This is a truly beautiful work that you do..

erkarts said...

This is so great! Love your work!

Pat Mark said...

Thank you for sharing what you do. Very well done. Beautiful fiber work.

This Magpies Nest said...

As always Pat, you're an inspiration! 6-8 hours a day! I'm impressed.

Jessica said...

You "do" great work! I'm so impressed with your fiber art and what a great machine you have there! ; )

Anne said...

Your art is just extraordinary!
It's great that you can do it all day, it is so worth it!<3

Kathy said...

WOW...this ain't my momma's quilting! :). Such beautiful work you do! I wish I had the patience, but my sewing machine and I are always bickering with each other. The autumn burst looks lovely on your "do" photo. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and your comment, please feel free to stop in any time.

Kathy

Becky said...

Very nice art! I like it, very creative!

Marilyn said...

Pat, how beautiful is your work? It is just so unique! I love it.

Vickie ~ BGlad Papercrafts ~ WhimseyDimples Studio said...

Loving what you do! Both with your photos and sewing machine!!

Barb said...

Love what you 'do' too! your art is amazing.

Miriam said...

Your work is so beautiful I just love what you did with the texture

Kathleen said...

Wonderful quilts! I love your "doing" shot, too. Great use of texture.

deb duty said...

It's great that you spend time each day doing something you love! I love the picture of you working away. The autumn burst texture is perfect with it.

Amarie said...

All I can say is wow! Great work!

Sandy said...

Oh I love this photo of you! Just excellent with this texture. I have no idea what fiber art is, and I will have to explore it someday. Looks interesting!

xo

Henrietta said...

I really don't understand how you do these with sewing machine!!! Like that last work where is that women...how you do it, have you painted the women or is it really all done with sewing machine. You are amazing:) "when will the Terror End" is so touching.

Sheila said...

Amazing, I love your work!

Michelle said...

Pat, love the self-portrait, texture looks fantastic. How blessed you are to get so much time dong what you love. You are extremely creative and very talented. Have a great week.

Ruth said...

wonderful post and a great reminder of needing to commit to what we 'do', making it important enough...great :)

urban muser said...

love that shot of you hard at work in your studio!

LeAnne said...

Really neat take on this texture. I would not have thought to put a human being in the composition, but it really works! Very original.

Evelyn S. said...

Oh, you really are an artist! I'm so impressed by your pieces pictured in this post. And I'm impressed that you could use the Autumn Burst texture so well on your own photo.

johanna said...

your fiber art is truly great!! love the samples you showed us!

Sylvia said...

Lovely picture, Pat !
You're doing wonderful artwork and you're so creative !
Wish you a great weekend,
Sylvia

Cathy said...

wow, what a wonderful thing to do, and you do it well. i love material, but it seems that i destroy the tension on any machine i buy, so i have a drawer full of beautiful material that i only admire. i'm so glad i found your blog so i can enjoy all your lovely artwork!

Cindy said...

Your art is sooo amazing!!