Eco-printing, driftwood and working in the Silk Studio

Late winter and I’m ready for spring. Leaves on the trees, flowers…that kind of spring!  Some of my silk art I can create inside, in the warmth of my small studio (my cabin) But others I have to create outside. 30 degrees is cold when your hands are submerged in water and winter gloves are not an option.

Silk Studio in late winter


But March art shows are coming and today I’m moving my work space out to the tables on the deck as the temperatures should finally be kind :-). I alternate between my hand painted silk and my eco-printed silk.  A recent trip to gather freshwater driftwood from a lake shore inspired me to create a few wall hangings.

Driftwood hanging1



These two images are shown hanging on my tobacco stick fence in front of my large art studio. This studio is kept separate from the silk as it is where my artist hubby, Stephen Filarsky and I paint in oils, pastels and acrylics.

Paint and silk do not work well within the same space 🙂

My driftwood is also being re-purposed for additional use in my silk work. Images coming soon.

These wall hangings and my newest painted silk creations can be seen in two shows this month:

The Spring Carousel Gift Market in Raleigh, NC  March 18-20. The following weekend is the Spring Premier Gaited  horse show in the same general location-the Hunt Horse Complex March 23-26. Good place for my horse scarves 🙂

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