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Gabrielle Wolfe | Printmaking

Gabrielle Wolfe is a multi-disiplinary artist currently living and working in Charlotte, North Carolina.

macon york

macon york

Who is going to snag these three flower theme Katazome dyed with natural indigo at Cornucopia this Saturday in Greenville at the Kilgore Lewis house? #kilgorelewishouse #cornucopia #flowers #katazome

Who is going to snag these three flower theme Katazome dyed with natural indigo at Cornucopia this Saturday in Greenville at the Kilgore Lewis house?

I am infatuated with bottle vases. The clean lines, the subtle swell of the belly, the dynamic sweep of the neck, the bright pop of color- the addition of a well-crafted bottle vase can change the energy in a room, drawing the eye and complementing the existing decor. While this aqua crystalline vase is enchanting enough to stand alone, the addition of a couple of slender stems can further amplify its appeal. A perfect wedding, birthday or Christmas gift, or just a lovely gift for yourself…

I am infatuated with bottle vases. The clean lines, the subtle swell of the belly, the dynamic sweep of the neck, the bright pop of color- the addition of a well-crafted bottle vase can change the energy in a room, drawing the eye and complementing the existing decor. While this aqua crystalline vase is enchanting enough to stand alone, the addition of a couple of slender stems can further amplify its appeal. A perfect wedding, birthday or Christmas gift, or just a lovely gift for yourself…

Sunny

Sunny Mullarkey - GCCA Instructor for Adult Relief Printmaking Workshop / Relief Printmaking

Ceramics by Lina LaV

All photos and are styled by Lina LaV© with Ceramics by Lina LaV tableware.

inks & impressions. asheville, nc.

inks & impressions. asheville, nc.

Yardage designed and printed by ten TSGNY members during a TSGNY-sponsored, one-day silkscreen workshop at the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia. (Photo: Joan Pao)

Yardage designed and printed by ten TSGNY members during a TSGNY-sponsored, one-day silkscreen workshop at the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia.

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