I was recently interviewed by the delightful Bethany Weingard, of the Sun-Gazette, for their “Around the Factory” series that profiles artist who work in the Pajama Factory. We talked about my art, living in the Factory, spinning fire, and my views on the local art scene. You can read it here.
dear the internet, i’ve been a terrible, neglectful blogger. moving and adjusting to my new job took more energy than i originally anticipated. but i promise, i shall have new content soon! in the meantime, i’ve decided to start a section where i list things the internet has provided me which please me right now. … Continue reading
I listed a whole bunch of scarves in the shop during my lunch break today. Now I just need to take pictures of and list the rest of the inventory we have just laying around the shop, and I’ll finally be off to some kind of start : )
Dyeing scarves is a two day process for me, as they need a while to dry before you steam them. So this is part one of a two part tutorial on how to dye your very own silk scarf! For this project, you’ll need: haboti silk scarves (mine are the 11″ x 60″ from Dharma … Continue reading
I snapped this picture of our little gas forge the other day, and joked that it reminded me of a salamander nest. The blues swirling around the air next to the red insulation look very mysterious indeed. Since times of old, blacksmiths and forges have been linked to magic and folklore. To the uninitiated, it … Continue reading
My friend Rachel came home for winter break and scheduled a shoot with me. I haven’t gotten through all the shots yet, but here are a few I really liked.
So people have been asking me about our warehouse, and I thought I’d take a minute to explain. My fiancee and I recently rented a warehouse in Williamsport, Pa in a complex called the in Williamsport, Pa. This will eventually be the location of both our house and shop, but as we wait for some … Continue reading
Yesterday, for Yule, I worked on a bunch of hand dyed silk scarves. They’re dyed with a mix of hand painting and shibori, and I was very pleased with how they came out. Some of them will be holiday gifts for friends and family, and the rest will go in the etsy shop, probably some … Continue reading