Sunday, September 28, 2014

Dressing UP

Peacock Dress/Jacket Snippet © Samantha Grenier 2014
Peacock Dress Snippet.


The paper jacket is done. This isn't the big reveal… sorry! If you want to see the real-deal, you'll have to join me at the Wearable Art Extravaganza (details below), or visit me in the studio on First Saturday/Sunday, October 4-5th…. or just wait until later next week and peek back here.


Wearable Art Extravaganza from the Loading Dock Gallery & Miracle Providers NE
Wearable Art Extravaganza Poster.

A couple things to note:

  • Event is FREE and Child-friendly
  • There will be a cash bar for beer & wine
  • This will be wicked fun - I've seen some of the other pieces walking in the show
Hope to see you there ;-)
~ Samantha

Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Mood Board-ing

So we're just about 1 month away from the Miracle Providers Northeast Wearable Art Extravaganza! Tickets for the event are officially available for those wanting to attend {wink-wink!}. There's also a Facebook page for the event, for those who'd like to be kept up to date on details, or mark up their FB calendars.

I've had a busy and productive couple of weeks in the studio. Firstly, the final results of my very-blue painting sessions:

Peacock-Blue Table © Samantha Grenier 2014
My (incredibly) blue painted table.

I've been dragging my feet on the clean-up. I'll just be a quick switch-a-roo of the contact paper, but there are more important thing to attend to… plus I may be pressed for more paper-painting in the near future. I can just FEEL it; a paper-feather shortage is in the forecast for next week.

Blue painted papers & fabric © Samantha Grenier 2014
Blue painted papers (and fabric).

And dah-DAHH-DAAHH! The final color pallet and fabric selection for my garment(s):

My peacock dress/coat color pallet. © Samantha Grenier 2014
Peacock color pallet.
I should have my sketches and dress construction tidbits in this coming week. I have a few photos I could share now, but I'd hate to muck up this pretty pallet post with all those lose threads.