Tag Archives: Susan L. Feller
I have a good design, pile of materials in a variety of values, and know the techniques I want to use why is this process not enjoyable? I think the last two ingredients are lacking something….but what? Check out my … Continue reading
What designs could come out of a June week in the capitol city of Vermont with friends? Plenty of ideas for artwork and many personal memories were gathered while enjoying Montpelier, VT and the Green Mountain Hooked Rug School. Looking … Continue reading
Here is one day in May where color, shapes and sounds announced new life in West Virginia. The natural cycle continues. As of the end of the month, with the squeaking song in early morning of the Indigo, all of … Continue reading
Recently Roslyn Logsdon coordinated an exhibit of contemporary fiber art by Carol Koerner, Marilyn Bottjer, Roslyn, Susan L. Feller, John Flournoy, and Sarah Province in a gallery at Columbia Art Center, Maryland. The exhibit statement’s overview indicates four of the artists … Continue reading
Early in April for the past nine years fiber enthusiasts have traveled to Hampshire County, WV for a weekend at Peterkin Camp and Conference Center. Anticipation of renewing friendships, flashes of pinks from native redbuds along Route 50, and pulling … Continue reading
Beginning a new series based on my travels. The challenge is to simplify the experience. I decided a journal approach will help develop style and studies for larger art. Less pressure to “nail it” the first time and as you … Continue reading
Two days ahead of Puget Sound Rug School I have immersed myself in Seattle visually and physically. Who knew you could “hike” five miles in a city? Camera in pocket and rain gear on here are some inspiring compositions. First … Continue reading
Sketches and small studies reveal patterns, address color nuances and encourage decisions. What will be explored again, how large, using what materials, techniques, how many times?
Granted I have 365 sketches to “inspire” me creatively. But there is something about beginning to do that has eluded me for a block of time. Don’t fret, we are not holed up here in the mountains though rather traveled … Continue reading
I invite you to explore the daily journal notes, sketches and artwork created during October 2014 at October-November 4, 2014 Each are available for sale on RuckmanMillFarm.com enter the date in this format 10-1-14.