There’s nothing quite like visiting old and new (to me) favorite works of art to remind me of the various pieces of myself that I want to keep alive and that I value. I did a quick walk through of the Museum of Modern Art while in Boston. I enjoyed a fairly quick breeze through,… Continue reading Refresh
"Unknown to us, there are moments when crevices we cannot see open for time to come alive with beginning."~ John O'Donohue
Mondays & Tuesdays are reserved for my dye or fiber work. After a 4 day weekend with kiddos at home, my whole schedule is off for how I balance home, work, life. But I was excited to just step back into it even though the house is a bit… like a frat house at the… Continue reading Scenes Inside a Dye Day
Learning from and supporting Indigenous people is an important life long journey for me. Celebrating their work is something I also like to share with others. I loved knitting these up and they’ve been my go to mitts for a year now. Picking out my own hand dyed yarns was so easy and fun as… Continue reading Fingerless Lájish (mittens) by Jennifer Berg of Native Knitter
I’m so excited to be participating with 19 other island artists in my first Peaks Island Artwalk for the 5th Maine Museum this Saturday, July 2nd from 10-3. Come find me on the map. I’ll have yarns and cashmere hats for sale and some dye pots on the stove.
I’ve been practicing natural dyeing for 16 years and I have avoided delving deeper in dyeing cottons and linens all along the way. I’ve dabbled in it but I never had a lot of conference in what I was doing. Just playing around seems more accurate to describe my approach when it comes to dyeing… Continue reading Testing Mordant Recipes for Cellulose Fibers
How long have you been sitting in this box? Mice nesting amoung your ancient softness. Dust floating in and around you? Upstairs hall. White to match the linen colors walls. The hands that stitched your hems in were busy and efficient. Thoughts floating above as you waited to be finished. Ronan’s room To then be… Continue reading An Ode to the Handkerchief
But just for a little while. Any orders placed now until May 24th will be sent May 25th. I’ll be away from my Peaks Island studio as I spend time in Ireland doing some drawing, painting, and eating amazing foods with my mom 🤗🍀 Slán for now!
I’ve always loved sheep and have wanted to share their company and know everything there is to know about them. Especially since learning as a child that my name, Rachel in fact means “little ewe” in Hebrew. I was also born in the first hour after Easter as well. I’ve yet to find myself in… Continue reading In Honor of Sheep, for Easter
Hi and Welcome! Here on this page you will find a handful of up to date (2021) helpful resources to guide you into understanding what autism truly is. I am speaking as a late diagnosed autistic women who is also raising a diagnosed autistic son. If you’d like to learn more about my journey, it… Continue reading Adult Autism Resources