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My Sister’s Gallery Presents: “The Wonderful World of Whimsy” by Tina Blackwood

December 7, 2022

I love being a needle felter and pebble artist! I love the texture and colors of wool. I love the sound of the needle going in and out and being able to express my ideas in wool!

I also love sitting on the Finger Lakes’ shores slowly, meditatively searching for pebbles of specific shapes and sizes.

Most of my pieces are whimsical. Working on pieces allows me to relax, smile, and let the cares of the world disappear.

I hope you enjoy escaping into my whimsical world as you observe my needle-felted and pebble art.

To make a purchase from My Sister’s Gallery at the Episcopal Church Home, please contact Diane Cotton, Gallery Coordinator at 585.546.8439 x3102 or cotton@EpiscopalSeniorLife.org.

 

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