On a freezing morning in January, Roxie and I took my fourth Traveling Tap out for a walk around my brother’s new home in Leatherhead, Surrey. As always, I put her through the wringer. And as always, she obliged. Click here for more of her adventures.
Christmas time is upon us, it’s snowing on prettygreenbullet and I’m in the mood for a bit of shopping. As much as I’ve always appreciated hand-crafted items, my last trip to London, specifically the Contemporary Crafts & Design Fair in Chelsea, intensified my desire for all things handmade with passion and love. So in the spirit of Christmas […]
If you’re wondering about TheTravelingTap series, you can read about it here. It would be so cool if you could take part. So far I have four in circulation: one is in Goa, one is in Beirut, and one is in California. This one is in London, soon on her way to Barcelona. If only I […]
Last October I got an idea for an Instagram series: send my tapestries to different people around the world to be Instagrammed. Something about the idea of letting go of my work, eventually to total strangers four, five, six degrees separated from me, both enthralled me and terrified me. But I had to let go […]
I am so incredibly behind schedule. There is so much to do outside the actual artwork itself, it’s not even funny. I’m anxious, worried, nauseous…and I’ve just used ellipses. I know it will work in the end, but at the expense of my mental and physical health over the next few weeks.
After seeing my mini-collection, The Stories of Eves, a dear, dear friend of mine asked me to create a special collage for him depicting a cyclist on a cobblestone road. I thought, how can I make a cyclist on a cobblestone road more romantic than a simple road bike on a dirty street? So […]
I have finished the first four pieces of the Stories of Eves. When I started this series for Dar.Nur, I intended on doing just four, but I’m not ready to let go yet. I’m taking the works to Dar.Nur today and they will be up and ready for their audience after Eid break. Please check […]
This piece was inspired by the original Eve and the apple, and then Snow White and her apple. Consequently I decided to include the evil step-sisters. Well into this piece, I realized that Snow White didn’t have any sisters, step or otherwise. That was Cinderella. So I thought: screw it. We all have our apples […]