Fun fact — silk is four times warmer than wool, yet breathes in summer heat.
Now, just in time for a Minnesota big chill, I’ve got new silk art scarves for sale at the Aslan Craft Bazaar.
It runs today, Saturday through Friday, December 3-9, 9 AM to 4 PM.
Come glide your finger over one-of-a-kind, shimmering silk scarves, handkerchiefs, hangable art, and reusable gift bags. Bask in the glow of complex batik, shibori, and drop-dead gorgeous colors.
These really are the perfect gifts for everyone – including you!
I’ll be there Saturday and Sunday — stop by for a visit. Still not convinced? There’ll be snacks!
The Aslan Institute is a really cool place, just south of the Mall of America. For directions, click here.
Detail of violet batik.
The Fall 2011 Art Crawl was a complete success. I had fun, met more new people than I can keep track of, and several of my pieces found new homes. Thanks to everyone who stopped by, including family and friends.
“Saint Rat” was the first piece I sold. One of my favorite silly pieces. 🙂
Hand-dyed silks by Serena Mira Asta.
I commited to participating in the Fall 2011 Saint Paul Art Crawl! Submitted my name and a photo for the catalog and everything. I’m planning on creating lots of fiber art. Silks scarves, wraps, cotton blankets, luxury fiber to knit and spin. And lots of other fun stuff. Come visit!
Carla Sonheim has developed Silly U, from which she teaches Online Summer Art Camps for the professional and novice of all ages. Which ya gotta love.
Today I start her Junk Mail Artist’s Book, which goes well with other Art I love. Namely reusing and recycling materials from ’round the house to make art. So, whee! Here I go!
This shows my most recent blog entries. I am fascinating, and you will want to subscribe right away! Here’s Some of my most recent work from Carla Sonheim’s so very clever Online Art Camps.
Day 1 Exercise - watercolor and pencil.