Tag Archives: Muy Marcottage
Anna Akhmatova was a Russian modernist poet. Her work was condemned by Stalin but, nevertheless, she remained in Russia. This meant living in the shadows, experiencing the execution of her husband and grieving for her son forced to live years … Continue reading
Matisse sat in a boat and drew swans. He drew every detail of their forms just to carve them down into contour lines. That’s what I want to do– to get to the second swan. I sometimes overdose myself with … Continue reading
I have already posted about cardboard weaving but will do a Revival Gig because I recently finished a purse using, primarily, shoebox weaving. As you can notice, my technique is what you’d call Laid Back. Because, not afraid of making … Continue reading
This past Sunday, we installed the exhibition of my Muy Marcottage dresses. The exhibition, ”Walking Art, Talking Dresses”, was held at The Library (Voutakos, Paros) and, thanks to my friend Anthy, was a great success. Years ago, when I was making … Continue reading
I will not be posting for a few days as I’m preparing for my Muy Marcottage exhibition”Walking Art, Talking Dresses”! If you’re are interested in seeing some of the dresses that will be shown, click HERE.