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Emerald Forest is a range of dark to light bluish greens with areas of grays and sometimes bits of blacks.
December 1 is World AIDS Day! I'm donating 10% of the sales from these buttons to National AIDS United (http://www.aidsunited.org). "Dedicated to ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic in America". Help support AIDS research simply by buying some of these buttons.
Flamingo Fest is a range of dark to light pinks and roses with bits of golds and purples, and black.
The photograph was taken with my iPod Touch in downtown Lawrence, KS. I love taking pictures of storefront windows because the reflections look like double exposures.
This easy cowl knits up quickly in thick-and-thin bulky yarn and can be made in 3 sizes. Although it uses a lace stitch pattern, the men will like it too! The small cowl can also be worn as a headband to keep your ears warm.
The large image in the center is a double-exposure self-portrait photograph. When I started creating this piece for an art show that I was having, the piece was about fear about my life as an artist, my artwork, and this piece in particular. I became ill while I was working on it and getting ready for the show. Days after the show opened, I found out that I have a large arachnoid cyst on my brain. This piece then took on a greater meaning with fear about my health and future. Perhaps my body subconsciously knew what I was about to find out.