Meditation has been proven to help focus, reduce anxiety and increase energy. It takes many forms; not just sitting in lotus position, chanting OM. My meditation has many forms- from coloring, and journaling, to knotting malas and doing Reiki. May is “mental health month”, and as it’s on its final day, I thought I would […]
I am so excited because this weekend is the opening reception for the I Got a Beer art show, being put on by Cigar City Brewery in Tampa Fla.
Last week I had the opportunity to assist my friend and mentor, Chiaki O’Brien, teaching SAORI weaving to K-5th graders, at the Blake School just outside Minneapolis. To say it was an inspirational week is an understatement.
As I’m getting ready for my first trip of the year, I am so excited for all the adventures that are coming. I am traveling every month to teach SOMEWHERE! I’m also teaching some amazing workshops this year, including my Art Yarn 201- Expressive Yarn Design!
Over a year ago, an amazing student walked into my studio. She is bright and energetic and was searching for her “passion.” She sat at the loom and immediately knew it was where she belonged.
A couple of weeks ago I had a jam-packed week in Minnesota! I love coming to Minneapolis, and this trip certainly didn’t disappoint. Food, Family, Steven Berg, yarn.. what more could a trip ask for?
I’ve got a really fun trick I picked up in my travels. It’s for using super bulky yarns to warp a floor loom!! It’s quick and uses just a few easy to pick up essentials that will help you create your own textured bulky warps!!
One of the things I try to do as an artist, is constantly push myself and my techniques. I love to “just try this” and “see what happens”. Inspiration is constantly swirling around me, pushing my boundaries.