Digital, Paper, Fabric

This week I’m drawing digital sketches, making painted paper collage Tucked Under, Painted paper collage by Kathleen Probst and translating some of them into fabric constructions.

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My Work Before Working in a Series

Working in a series was not always my MO. My work was all over the place. I kept trying something new. Watermelon Jungle ©Kathleen Probst I remember showing one of my very early pieces, Watermelon Jungle, at a Front Range Contemporary Quilters meeting when I still lived in Colorado. I did notice that the rock stars

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Playing Well Together

Truth be told, sometimes it is challenging to show work because in my head I’ve already outgrown that work and I’m thinking 17 steps ahead. It is not that I don’t like my previous work. I’m just excited to be working in my newest vein and I am antsy to share that voice. 

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Be An Early Bird

I like people that commit early. You can get a discount on my June workshop if you register now. My Working in a Series Launchpad workshop is for those of you itching to get more serious about your art making. Maybe you have lost you mojo?

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Linda's Weekly and Daily Habits

It is so lovely that my friends, Linda McLaughlin and Lisa Flowers Ross, live close by. We had a great visit today. Linda always has a weekly and a daily project going and she brought them over to share.

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A Good Reason to go to the Hospital

Last Friday afternoon Lisa Flowers Ross and I installed my solo show, Simply Put, at one of our 3 local hospitals, St. Luke’s Medical Center in downtown Boise, Idaho.

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California Bound

Timing is going to San Diego and so am I.

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Elephants in my Dining Room

There truly are elephants in my dining room. They are quite well mannered.

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Feb 28 Last Day to Join

I’m teaching and there is a tribe waiting for you. . My online Working in a Series Launchpad Workshop started this week. It is a self-paced class so you can still join us.

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New Work: Blip

My studio is buzzing. Blip is my newest finished textile piece. I’m quite pleased with this long, narrow gem. I outsourced the quilting to Christine Perrigo of Contemporary Custom Quilting, a first for me. I designed the quilting and she executed my voice beautifully. In my Organic Series work I am combining curved and rectangular shapes to

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