Friday, December 14, 2012

I was framed in 2012!

Well, two of my stitched self-portraits were framed, that is.

Suga Belt, 2012, framed!

I decided to end 2012 right by treating myself and my artwork to some nice custom framing. Money is tight, but I'm so glad that I did.

Tiny Great Curve, 2012, close up.

I had a sleek frame made for Suga Belt and a 11x14" matt cut for Tiny Great Curve.  Now I'm looking for new places to hang them in my tiny apartment. 

Suga Belt, 2102, detail.

Tiny Great Curve is really tiny. In an 11x14" frame.


Still working on top secret gifts, stitching until my fingers are bloody and raw. OK, so perhaps I exaggerate. But I am a busy little elf. All of my stitched gifts seem to have a retro feel to them. That's all that I'm going to say.

The evil slave master Santa is demanding I get back to it, so later, mofo! (Yes, elves swear.)

1 comment:

  1. I'm gad that you treated you art to custom framing because it deserves to shine! I love that Great Curve is in a big frame with black matting, it is perfect.

    I should go and frame mystuff too.