28 February 2008





made a visit to the national museum of the american indian where i spent three very happy hours. i've been sketching furiously over the past few weeks...i feel like there is just so much pouring in. this season, i'm planning to start printing on fabric, so i'm pretty excited!

19 comments:

Stephanie said...

Oooh.. love the photo of the arrow heads. Printed fabric yes please!!

Stephanie said...
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kee said...

love the arrowheads!
i have some my dad collected as a kid on the farm where he grew up!
thanks for the post on my blog..
i think we could do a little project together... shoot me an email if you get a sec.. kee (at) loupcharmant dot com
take care....

ashley rose helvey said...

i'm excited to see your prints on fabric :)

ruth-anne said...

looking forward to seeing your printed fabrics! and love the pic of the arrow heads too..

Esti said...

Looking forward seeing that fabric, oh yes.

Joanna Goddard said...

oh fun! can't wait to see what you come up with :)

Lobster and swan said...

good luck with the fabric printing, sure it will be great! Love the pattern those arrow heads form.

ClavdiaChauchat said...

I just love the patterns you've captured. This museum has some really delicious food available too ... I hope you got to enjoy some!

Montmarte said...

thanks so much for your nice comments, you all!

clavdia--the cafe in the museum is so good isn't it! i had trouble choosing what to eat... i tried blue fish wrapped in banana leaf, buffalo chili, and this drink called white chocolate-papaya agua fresca (which tasted like coconut water, ohmygoodness it was so good).

ambika said...

ooo, very much looking forward to fabric!

fine little day said...

Printing on fabric, how exhiting! Like these pics, ecpecially the arrows.

a cat of impossible colour said...

Everyone else has already said it, but I'm looking forward to seeing the arrows translated into fabric too!

maggienikole said...

oh that sounds exciting!
looking forward to it.

Michelle said...

Wow, really great inspiration. I love those arrow heads, I grew up in Texas and we found arrow heads in our yard all the time, I love it.

Lyn Spataro said...

i can't WAIT to see your creations! such lovely photos.

babelfish said...

Looking forward to your printed fabrics, such beautiful photos here (interesting museum building).

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