I just finished this abstract embroidery / felt appliqué piece.

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I made this letter p from a bunch of bones I found in a creek.

wednesdaytypeexperiment:

I made this letter p from a bunch of bones I found in a creek.

My desk is overflowing with little pieces of art, so I’m offering Art Surprise Packs. If you are interested, email me at kt.cowden@gmail.com and I’ll send you an invoice for $15. You’ll get a bubble envelope full of doodles and collages, a piece of laser cut jewelry and a handwritten letter.

Gelly Roll doodles.

Gelly Roll doodles.

Butterflies at Krause Springs.

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n is for nonpareils.

wednesdaytypeexperiment:

n is for nonpareils.

A whole page of Gelly Roll doodles. I want to cut out some of the lettering and make a collage.

A whole page of Gelly Roll doodles. I want to cut out some of the lettering and make a collage.

Recent pretty things.

The Hippy Nuts at Muddy Waters in Dallas, June 2014.

Last time I visited my high school my mom and I rescued snails from the sidewalk, and I posed them with her skull collection.

Last time I visited my high school my mom and I rescued snails from the sidewalk, and I posed them with her skull collection.

Cat in a bowl.

Cat in a bowl.

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I made this e by stabbing a pin into a leaf hundreds of times.

This week’s letter is e!

wednesdaytypeexperiment:

I made this e by stabbing a pin into a leaf hundreds of times.

This week’s letter is e!

I’ve been doing a lot of lettering practice and these seem to tell a story when put in this order. Also, these Sakura Gelly Rolls are my new favorite art tool.

Happy birthday Frida!

krakatoakatie:

I lasercut this Frida Kahlo portrait into a block of wood and painted around it. Then it sat on my windowsill for a couple months until one night I decided to get out my paint pens and add her name in graffiti style lettering. Now I’m thinking about what to do next…

Happy birthday Frida!

krakatoakatie:

I lasercut this Frida Kahlo portrait into a block of wood and painted around it. Then it sat on my windowsill for a couple months until one night I decided to get out my paint pens and add her name in graffiti style lettering. Now I’m thinking about what to do next…