Working with fabric or fiber most of her life Ann continues to explore the possibilities. Ann’s art quilts have been published and have traveled Internationally. Her work has been exhibited in solo and group shows. Ann has presented lectures/talks and trunk shows, has taught and on occasion still teaches live classes. She enjoys making videos lessons and demos for her YouTube channel in hopes of encouraging others to give quilting, fiber art, and mixed media a try. Ann admires knitting and crochet, and though she can’t knit and can only crochet a chain stitch, she’s discovered other ways to use yarn!
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Author Archives: Ann Scott
This seems to be the year for unplanned events. So I’m trying to roll with them. My husband will be having a procedure for his health in a couple weeks. This is new to us, we have been very fortunate … Continue reading
Sometimes things get heavy and I just need a little escape. That’s the time here right now. So I drew a little open wreath in my MeAnndering tablet (actual paper!)… …and then decided to use it as inspiration for a … Continue reading
I’ve been dealing with self induced website problems. If you are seeing this it may mean all has recovered. It’s sort of a test post. This is another stir crazy project for Visions Art Museum member challenge.
For a moment there my design work table was cleaned off, but no more. Making cards and masks just seems to generate more scraps. I have been able to share small pieces of fabric with a few other people and … Continue reading
As I mentioned in the previous post the Visions Art Museum member challenge for this week is special. Marty Ornish, a very talented garment (and more) artist, developed the challenge for this week. If you get a chance visit Marty’s … Continue reading
Continuing to shelter in place here, though we are able to walk in the neighborhood, keeping our distance, of course. Visions Art Museum‘s first member challenge, I mentioned in my previous post, will be over soon though member may continue … Continue reading
We all are living in challenging times. I hope you are safe and healthy and following the recommendations of the smartest people in charge. I’ve often heard or read that artists should not hold up in their studios but instead … Continue reading
Painting leaves on fabric using actual paint. I usually teach and paint my leaves using NeoColor two wax pastels but because these were going on an apron that will be washed I decided to use Jacquard Textile Color painted. Please … Continue reading