My sister Nell painted this scarf! Isn't it a beauty! We worked together on the background (each of us starting on opposite ends and meeting in the middle) to change the color from blue to green. Won't it be pretty when it is tied!
Here's another one of the scarves that I painted while at the John C. Campbell Folk School in Murphy. We hung our scarves on the windows and doors for the "show-and-tell"session and for our teacher's demonstration.
For some reason, I got "into" twin figures and panels of colors. I think the double ladies will be a lot prettier once they are cleaned, ironed, and worn - and not hanging on a glass, classroom door!
My sister Nell and I just spent a week in a silk painting class at John C. Campbell Folk School in Murphy, NC. We stayed at the Franklin guest cabin that we love which is fifty-minutes away. We had so much fun - painting, visiting, sitting by the creek, and relaxing. At left is one of my scarves. It will of course look better after it is taken off the rack, steamed, dry cleaned, and pressed.