2019 Publicity about Tabitha Gilmore-Barnes Studio

  • Pastel Sketches: Summer in New Kingston, (c) 2018

    These two pastel sketches, Summer in New Kingston, were created on the spot at a multl-generation family farm.  I enjoy working with pastel and watercolor papers:  the energetic strokes can be layered to achieve a subtlety and range of vibrant colors.  Pastel illustration, along with woodblock prints, provide a similarity to tapestry weaving. Not for …

  • Review of “How Art is Made in the Catskills” (c) 2017 Simona David

    Jessica Reed, writing in the December 2019 monthly publication A TIME AND A PLACE, reviewed Simona David’s 2017 book on ‘”How Art is Made in the Catskills”.  Simona interviewed 10 Artists who call Eastern Delaware County home.  Here is Jessica describing Simona’s talent in which she “creates a seamless rapport with each artist, drawing out …

  • Shawl sold at La Basse Cour Makers’ Market

      Barbara is one very happy client:  She had seen this shawl at the Jefferson Textile Day event back in July and had saved as her ‘pin money’ $5 bills to purchase this warm wool/alpaca mix at La Basse Cour’s Makers’ Market this Sunday, October 20th.  Thank you Barbara!

  • Makers Market at La Basse Cour, Sunday October 20, 2019 1-5pm

    Diane Frances founded La Basse Cour with her husband to be a B&B with farm experience.  Then two or three years ago, with her good friend Julie Rockefeller, she expanded the farm experience into Kortright Handworks.  The huge barn upper level is a Textile Museum and Classroom and Store.  This is a very exciting place …

  • Write up in Handmade Business, October 2019, P. Lewis “Selling with Studio Demonstrations”

    Thank you to Handmade Business, October 2019, p. 20, author Patrice Lewis “Selling with Studio Demonstrations:  A Powerful Sales Tool” for using my answers

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