Aspire To Inspire

Tagged: textile art

  1. A RE-PURPOSED LIFESTYLE IN MALIBU: PHILOMENA AT THE SEA

    A collection of her vintage cowboy hats

    I love the unexpected surprises that I find along my path especially when I am not seeking them out.  Back in August I took a last minute trip to Santa Fe to lend support to a dear friend and although time was limited,  I snuck away on an adventure to the local flea market.  I […]

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  2. STUDIO VISIT: JO ABELLERA OF KKIBO KNITWEAR

    By now you all know that I have a fascination with:  (a.) handmade things  (b.) the 1970′s  (c.) textiles and textures. These are the things that grab my attention and inspire me when I’m out in the world and I’m learning that they all seem to have a profound connection on my personal aesthetic. When […]

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  3. SANTA FE FOLK FESTIVAL PART 6: A NATURAL VIEW OF SANTA FE

    This post is my final from my Santa Fe trip.  I had so much to share, and could still probably have another week’s worth of posts, but its time to move on. I went to Joshua Tree last weekend and want to tell you about that and I’ve had some amazing visits with a few […]

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  4. SANTA FE FOLK ART FESTIVAL PART 4: THE COLORS OF SANTA FE

    By now you must know that I am a big fan of color.  I love unusual combinations of color and I love to mix and match prints and patterns.  I guess looking back I’ve always been colorful in my wardrobe as well as my personality.  Needless to say, the Santa Fe and the Folk Art […]

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