Hannah Austin tells how a move to Oregon inspired her art of creating landscapes with embroidery techniques. Hannah runs an online store. She talks about what its like to run that full time, deal with social media marketing, and care for her family.
Hannah also creates embroidery kits available in her shop. You will find her everywhere under the name “needle or thread”.
Sarah O’Halloran joins Kim to talk about the art and craft of Sashiko.
Wikipedia on Sashiko
Kim chats with Rebecca Weeks Howard and Alan Trautman about various art-making topics like the immediate feeling after creating a piece of art, versus how you feel after gaining distance to your art.
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Mary D’Rozario was fed up of being confined to her home due to illness and exchanged her house for an RV (recreational vehicle). Her art supplies take up a significant amount of space in her RV. Mary now creates art while travelling. She has written a book titled “The Airstream that Ran Away with the Spoon”.
Mary is on Instagram as @loafingcactus