Around the studio/farm: Repairing + restyling my favourite blouse. Also, the flora on the farm have exploded into life with all of this rain we’ve been having.
Around the Studio: These teacups have energy. A 3 hr. still life exercise. Acrylic on canvas board.
Around the studio: baby spider plant + knitting needles + shears.
Around the studio: brushes + pencils + a little still life I painted this semester.
My much anticipated Block Shop scarf arrived yesterday and it is so beautiful!
My “famous” macaroni surprise: 1 box Annie’s White Cheddar macaroni, 1 can tuna, 4 generous splashes of kefir, 2 punches dill to garnish. Follow box directions for the macaroni. While pasta is draining mix kefir and cheese packet in pot used to cook pasta. Add drained pasta and tuna. Stir thoroughly. Garnish with dill and enjoy!
For lack of something of my own creation to write about, I thought I’d mention another maker’s beautiful work.
I came across Block Shop Textiles several months ago and instantly fell in love with Lily Stockman’s amazing silk and cotton scarves. Today I finally convinced myself to purchase one. That indigo herringbone beauty pictured first will soon be mine! Or one like it anyway. You should definitely go and oggle their site.
All photos from Block Shop Textile.
So….Hi! I know I dropped off the face of the Earth there for awhile, but I promise I haven’t completely forgotten Fawn Relic. Or this blog.
I am knee-deep in chemistry, painting and art history right now and I love it. Unfortunately, it’s occupying most of my time. However, I would like to announce that I have some old favorites back in stock. Karma scarves in throw-back Fawn Relic colours! Can it be a throw-back if it’s only two years old? Anyway, yay! More stock!
By Kate Dombrowski
Pock marks stand out
Against the skin.
A star map
On to the epidermis.