I have several of these scarfs which I will be beading in preparation for vending at the Seligman Farmers Market. In this video I show you how I transfer the pattern onto the delicate fabric.
An update on the champagne color pashmina scarf I am bead embroidering and an update on upcoming beaded hair bandanas.
As a full-time nomad who typically lives in the desert, I consistently wear bandanas in my hair. The desert wind, sand and dust cause my hair to blow in my face and become dirty quicker than usual. When I remembered that back in the late 70’s it was the fashion to wear bandanas in ourContinue reading “Beaded Hair Bandanas Are Now Available!”
Being a full-time nomad who lives in the desert requires me to keep my hair restrained. The desert winds can be ferocious and cause my hair to fly all over the place and become tangled. When you are a nomad who lives in the middle of the wilderness water and showers cannot be an everyContinue reading “Beaded Hair Bandanas Coming Soon!”
When the opportunity to rent vending spce this season came to me it was so quick I really did not have time to prepare. I did not have any of my print on demand items in stock. I only had them available for order on my website. So I decided to sell what I didContinue reading “Make A Statement With The Gypsy Witch!”
As a full-time nomad I know the importance of traveling with unbreakable kitchenware. I started out my nomadic lifestyle with some ceramic and glass items but after two years and nine months I am down to just a few. Why? Because while I am towing my travel trailer things shift and break. Also many ofContinue reading “Make A Statement When You’re Camping!”
I have been mulling it over for quite some time and I have finally decided to make my print on demand merchandise available on this website. I had a great deal of print on demand merchandise available on my previous website but I felt I had way too much, to the point that it mayContinue reading “Paintings On Ceramic Mugs”
When I began to save some of the debris I would pick up when I arrived at a new campsite for art, I did not typically pick up firewood. I usually used it myself or left it for the next camper; however, this log was so intriguing to me that I took it with meContinue reading “Ocean Wave With Coral Reef On Log – An Abstract”
Typically when I feature a piece of my art in a blog post there is a story behind it. When I sat down to write this post I realized I could not remember how I got the idea to paint The Green Man on a slice of ironwood. All I can recall is that theContinue reading “The Green Man On Ironwood”
I have finally completed the piece I have been working on so painstakingly. I worked on this with great care, love and diligence regardless of what anyone may think. This painting means a lot to me because as I painted it I thought of a man I know…an Iriquois Native man who lived on theContinue reading “A Native Tribute”