Linda Welch, USA
Linda Welch investigates art in a broad range of media: concrete, textile, painting, art books, mixed media collage, and collaboration. Collage is the thread running between the various mediums.
Inspiration comes from many sources: history, rituals, words, beauty, imperfections and the nuances of nature. Welch employs an intuitive and process oriented approach to her artwork. Gathering raw material is as significant as the manipulation in determining a final composition. Listening to the interaction between colors, line and surface treatment dictate the direction a piece or a series will go. Her work is driven by a strong sense of composition.
DIY TICKET STUB PILLOW
A brilliant idea I found over at Apartment Therapy
A lot of us like to collect ticket stubs, but short of stuffing them in a drawer or pinning them on a board, what more could we do with them to commemorate that favorite first concert or plane ticket from your honeymoon?
Make a ticket stub pillow!
Simply scan in your stub, print it out on heat transfer paper, and iron the image onto a pillowcase. You can even jazz it up in Photoshop first with additional colors and graphics, as seen on this Stevie Wonder pillow from Society6.
We set up the rail today at Hereford’s Antique Centre!
Make sure you pop in and have a look if your in the area, there are many great ideas for Christmas presents as well as fantastic impulse buys!
Me, Lucy & Heather have been asked for a photo shoot by Hereford Times for an article about our rail, look out in stores for your copy!
We will also be featured in Hereford’s Free Absolute magazine in November, copies will be available at Hereford Antique Centre!
Thank you for reading! You can also check out our facebook page at Williams, Smith & Brown
Great opportunity to get a Christmas present for that special someone, or just to treat yourself and indulge in some retail therapy! Everyone is welcome to this fantastic opportunity to support your local designers and trades!
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