Jafabrit's Art

Blog URL:http://jafabrit.blogspot.com/
Blog Tags:art, painting, drawing, contemporary embroider, photography, knit graffiti, Geurilla Street Art, retro crafts
Country:United States
State/Province:Ohio
Location:Yellow Springs

Meanderings of a Multi Media artist who paints, embroiders, crafts, yarnbombs, does textile graffiti, jafagirl team member, and runs a gallery in the local loo,



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  There is that frustrating moment when you realize that the hours of stitching are for naught and you must pull out every stitch and redo. My satin stitch was just not working to my satisfaction but third time lucky on the lips.  I have this visi...

Sometimes the back of an embroidery intrigues me more than the front and thus ensues a struggle between whether I use the front or the back, sigh!  This is wip of a piece I call "night of the booby bird".  One night early in my breast can...

Since I've already done a post about our final filming session with The Art Show on my jafagirl blog I thought I would just share a link. Yarnbombing for the Art Show and Salem Avenue Peace Corridor It was a glorious day in Dayton and after our tou...

As part of The Art Show we got to have a wee tour of the pbs station before we headed out to film the yarnbomb/craftbomb installations for the Salem Avenue Peace Corridor. Now maybe you are wondering who the heck is sweetpea. Lest we embarrass the...

Nancy and I hung out with ThinkTV Art Show crew for 9 hours filming yesterday, which somehow will all boil down to a 6 minute segment on their January line up. I don't envy them in the editing room eek! The Art Show | On Air | ThinkTV The greater...

Whenever I travel I always want to explore beyond the typical tourist attractions and find the core of a place, it's heart. While so many towns and cities have cracked down on allowing free libraries, Bisbee is obviously NOT following suit, and thank...

I remember this being in the news but I never really knew where it was so coming across it  was by pure accident.  It's a pretty impressive place and the tour was interesting, particularly the Water and Climate Change Project. Work of Sc...