Fiber Art in Motion

Artist working in Fibers and Textiles – located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains

ART ON THE IPAD May 22, 2019

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While recovering from hip replacement i am taking an online class from Susie Monday called “Art on the iPad”.  Susie’s instructions are clear and I”m enjoying the class.  The piece below was created by painting on plastic paste then laying the fabric on top and pressing the paint into the fabric.   Using several art apps I created this piece-waiting for the piece to arrive from Spoonflower.



I Have been accepted into the Sutter Creek Gallery in Sutter Creek, CA April 20, 2017

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Come and join the 1st Saturday Art Trek Walk in Sutter Creek (Amador County) there are many galleries in our county with many beautiful pieces of art.  This will be my first showing in the gallery and I am excited.  Good food in the area, B and B’s and many motels.  Wine country also with award winning wines.


Inferno 2017



Cascading Streams 20.5 x 18

More to come


Building a New Website March 13, 2016

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Redesigning a website on a new program is not for the faint of heart.  Set it up – take it down – I’m still looking for the easy as pie part.  Calming waters, picture taken in the Amazon jungle.



A day at home May 31, 2015

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First with the help of my personal IT person I discovered I had the cutter blade upside down in the Cameo,  Worked great after a bit of tweaking and turning the cutter.  I did not secure the misty fuse tight enough to the fabric –  watching it cut was interesting and of course it stuck to the mat.  But here it is “MAIDEN CUT”


On to the onions.  Used a little less then a half yard by 45″ of cotton and sprayed with vinegar, added onions to 1/2 then folded the other end over and sprayed again.  Rolled it tight and secured then steamed for 1 hour 20 minutes,  Then wash out and dried.  Pressed and the iron spit out water which changed the color where the water landed.  Have not rewashed but will then see if changes again..



Master Class January 2015- Value Study January 25, 2015

Filed under: Learning — sandrasart @ 11:13 pm

I just posted my final picture of the January lesson for the teacher to evaluate.  The first picture is of the original photo I took while in Sicily.  Roman ruins looking through the arch of the tunnel.  2nd is sketch on tracing paper, the 3rd photo is the mockup in hand dyed fabrics and the 4th is the final.  You will find two finals.

The teacher suggested placing the floating rock behind the other rocks and trees and by adding a sliver of dark made the rock recess.  Also suggested that the third black square be removed and that the quilting in the sky was overpowering.  I realized while working through this blog and our class blog that the squares are actually part of the end on the tunnel with the arch so need to add a bit of black to bring them down to earth.

.                                           master class

janSWsketch1 janSWmockup1

Sketch on tracing paper                                     Mock up of the hand dyed fabrics

janSWfinal1 janSWfinal2

1st final Heavy quilting in the sky                               2nd final replaced the quilting in the sky


PIQF October 26, 2014

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I have recovered from the excitement of PIQF and ready for Houston. Class materials ready, suitcase packed, Tuesday’s the day for travel. I took a few pictures as I was putting garments away, thought I would post a couple here.







New Look September 19, 2014

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I am in the process of updating my blog with the hopes that I keep it current.  It is a learning experiences.