These amazing creatures have begun their annual migration south. The skies fill with their colors. Along the southward path they alight for refueling and water. What a wonder that such small creatures can travel so far to find their way to a winter home. So much instinct carried with a small body. As the last traces of summer leave us, we get to witness this transformed creature take a long journey on wings that let the light shine through them.
May your 'transformation' into this golden season of the harvest be one that opens your heart more fully as a receptive instrument to Divine Wonder.
Butterfly Design ~ Stitching by Freda Chasman. Dying and color by Artist and Writer Juli Sibley, from her book, "Earth Friendly Fabric Design" , page 136.
Original fabric on view at Morning Song Gallery in Hayesville, NC 828 - 389-9690
Friday, October 10, 2014
Monday, October 6, 2014
Fabric Design" is now available on Amazon, all over the planet and also directly through my publisher createspace.com
This book is a guide and compendium of fabric design ideas and techniques. Sponsored by Createx Colors, the maker of non-toxic colors from which all processes in the book are based.
Shown here is the front and back cover of Artist and Writer Juli Sibley's new book.
A very Special Thanks to Diane Frenz, for Book Design and Rosemary Royston for Editing!
We are showing our Planet some love today!!!
Saturday, August 23, 2014
Our adventures start in the same way our Dreams do, at the places we feel most alive & connected. Our hearts and souls can direct us to the places, people and events that we bring life to with our love. Every day that door is open for us to travel. It's our own willingness & our attitudes that make it fun for us or make it drudgery.
If new horizons are in your viewfinder today, then I hope you take off with a spring in your step and a twinkle in your eye!
"The Door to Adventure" is a Fall Festival art quilt designed and dyed by Artist Juli Sibley. It was sewn and pieced by Pat Meinecke, Resident Quilter at the Folk School. This art quilt is just over 5 feet in height. It is currently on display at the Community Room at the John Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, NC. Seen here, as featured on the cover of the Folk School catalogue for 2014-15, this colorful design expresses the spirit of the school with views of the garden and mountains beyond.
Monday, February 3, 2014
This is a story about time. 2 travelers going the same way fly out into the world that meets them. A deepening twilight & a dawning vision show them the place they will stop for awhile. The energy that carried them along breathes life into their visions. Leaving home and the sight of the familiar can be a way for transformation. New lands show us previously unseen parts of ourselves. When the winds call you home, you can go with all you have discovered about new lands inside you.
Fabric Design from Chapter 9 of upcoming book, Earth Friendly Fabric Design: by Artist Juli Sibley, 2014