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Comments for Artsi Fartsi Triscartsi http://triscartsi.com Welcome to my Artsi Fartsi World! Tue, 02 Aug 2016 01:41:36 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.5.9 Comment on SAQA Dialogues Exhibit at the Indianapolis Museum of Art by Kate Lenkowsky http://triscartsi.com/2016/07/27/dialogues-exhibit-at-the-indianapolis-museum-of-art/#comment-1999 Tue, 02 Aug 2016 01:41:36 +0000 http://triscartsi.com/?p=819#comment-1999 Barbara, thank you for your kind words about the exhibition, the photos, and for sharing your approach to this challenge. There is so much we can learn from the art of the past if we take the time to engage with it. My secret hope when undertaking the curating of this exhibit was to encourage just that. When I read that both you and Susie Goodman are still contemplating what you have learned and are thinking about future work that somehow uses these ideas, it makes me happy. I firmly believe that if we want our work to be shown in museums, the first step is to visit them regularly — all the galleries, but especially the textile collections.

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Comment on SAQA Dialogues Exhibit at the Indianapolis Museum of Art by Susie Goodman http://triscartsi.com/2016/07/27/dialogues-exhibit-at-the-indianapolis-museum-of-art/#comment-1996 Mon, 01 Aug 2016 01:44:27 +0000 http://triscartsi.com/?p=819#comment-1996 Thank you Barbara for an informative, thoughtful, interesting post on the Marie Webster quilts and our Dialogues exhibit. I enjoyed my journey accepting the challenge in the call for entry and revisiting Marie Webster’s story and her quilts. I still have a couple of ideas rolling around in my head that I may have to bring forth.
I appreciate your photography of both exhibits. Well done!

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Comment on Iron Powder by Barbara Triscari http://triscartsi.com/2013/10/15/iron-powder/#comment-251 Fri, 18 Apr 2014 00:13:02 +0000 http://triscartsi.com/?p=488#comment-251 I’m so glad you got the right iron and you are having success. I think it is lots of fun to get random rust, but sometimes you just want it to be precise. Thanks for stopping by to tell me you tried it out.

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Comment on Iron Powder by Gjeneve Hopkinson http://triscartsi.com/2013/10/15/iron-powder/#comment-191 Mon, 10 Mar 2014 22:17:55 +0000 http://triscartsi.com/?p=488#comment-191 I know that this is an old post, but maybe somehow it will trigger that I have sent a comment. I was so happy to find this post. I pulled your article out of QA and finally am getting around to trying it. I had ordered iron but wasn’t sure if I had ordered the right thing as it was slow to turn. It turns out that I had ordered the correct thing and am so happy to be finally trying this. I also do rusting with rusted objects which gives a wonderful random look as you know. Thanks so much for sharing this info.

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Comment on Quilting Arts Magazine by angie http://triscartsi.com/2013/09/16/quilting-arts-magazine/#comment-51 Tue, 24 Sep 2013 01:33:20 +0000 http://triscartsi.com/?p=395#comment-51 Barbara, thanks for responding. I emailed you a picture. I think I may have kept it too moist. Let me know what you think.

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Comment on Quilting Arts Magazine by Barbara Triscari http://triscartsi.com/2013/09/16/quilting-arts-magazine/#comment-50 Mon, 23 Sep 2013 12:29:00 +0000 http://triscartsi.com/?p=395#comment-50 Angie, I am not sure but that sounds like the results I got using the screen printing as a resist and then sprinkling the powder on, rather than using the print paste as a carrier to print it. Are you mixing the iron powder into the print paste? And keeping it moist? It will halo because the rust will travel along the wet fabric, but you should have a distinct printed image! I would suggest blogging about it or sending me a couple of pictures so I can see it. You may just need to keep it moist longer. In what part of the country are you? (climate can play a big part in the process). Keep in touch and we’ll figure it out! Barbara

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Comment on Quilting Arts Magazine by angie http://triscartsi.com/2013/09/16/quilting-arts-magazine/#comment-48 Sun, 22 Sep 2013 17:37:36 +0000 http://triscartsi.com/?p=395#comment-48 Barbara, I too love Quilting Arts and your article just floored me. I love rusting and screen printing and never knew I could put them together. I immediately ordered some iron powder to give this a try.

But I am having one problem. My fabric is rusting all around my printed image, but the image itself is not rusting. Can you give me any pointers?

TIA, Angie

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Comment on Dyeing to Stamp! by Barbara Triscari http://triscartsi.com/2012/03/12/dyeing-to-stamp/#comment-14 Mon, 02 Apr 2012 22:39:19 +0000 http://triscartsi.com/?p=236#comment-14 Thanks, Sonja!

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Comment on Adding Layers, wonderful layers! by Barbara Triscari http://triscartsi.com/2012/03/20/adding-layers-wonderful-layers/#comment-13 Mon, 02 Apr 2012 22:38:57 +0000 http://triscartsi.com/?p=254#comment-13 Thanks, Sonja! I am having so much fun finally crossing some techniques off of my to do list and getting them in my repertoire. I can’t wait to get using some of them in some art!

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Comment on Adding Layers, wonderful layers! by Sonja Milojevic http://triscartsi.com/2012/03/20/adding-layers-wonderful-layers/#comment-12 Sun, 25 Mar 2012 06:54:18 +0000 http://triscartsi.com/?p=254#comment-12 These all look great Barbara! I love what you do with your fabrics! I can see them in so many projects – journal making, purse making, wall art…so many possibilities! And that parfait is just amazing! 🙂

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