Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Somerset Studio:Playing With Gauze

The other day I was scrolling down my facebook page and something caught my a Stampington and Company post, it read...

Stampington &Company

When Artist Cat Kerr's husband come home after a stay in the hospital, the couple acquired loads of gauze and tape. One year later, she came across them again and inspiration came to pass. If you're a mixed-media artist looking for new and fun ways to add texture to your pieces, don't miss Cat's delightful technique article in the Jan/Feb 2012 issue of Somerset Studio!

Woo-hoo,I yelled!

These last six months have been a wild ride for me.My work has been accepted for publication,I was accepted as part of the ICEResin Creative team,I was accepted to teach at Artful Gathering...but out of all that wonderfulness(is that a word)this one hit me right in the heart.

When I first started selling my work on EBAY over six years ago now,I ran across an issue of Somerset Studio
That was the first time my work had a name,
Mixed Media
and that was the first time I knew
that one day
my name
would somehow make it
into this magazine.

"Playing with Gauze"
by Cat Kerr(that's me...heehee)

These pieces were created with felt,wood,trim,ICEResin,wire,tea stained gauze and more.



"Only as high as I reach can I grow

Only as far as I seek can I go

Only as deep as I look can I see

Only as much as I dream can I be"

— Karen Ravn

As always,
thank you so much for stopping by


Dosfishes at Sparkle Days Studios said...

These are really great Cat, I was reading this again last night. So excited for your busting out everywhere!!! xox Corrine

Diane said...

How wonderful Cat! Congratulations my friend =)) xo

Katalina Jewelry said...

Beautiful projects, Kat! Congrats on another gorgeous article!! Happy New Year!

Cristina Zinnia Galliher said...

Awesome Cat!!!!!!!!! oxoxo Zinnia

Molly Alexander said...

Such beautiful pieces Cat! You deserve every bit of recognition you are getting - thank you so much for sharing your amazing talent with the rest of us! I'm off to get my own copy of Somerset Studio - yea!

Jamie said...

Ooohhhh Cat!!!!! I can not wait to see your article. I have a TON of gauze and tape from my husband's broken leg just sitting int he cabinet:) Your art pieces are amazingly beautiful! Love, Jamie

Katy Cameron said...

Woohoo, congrats! We can say we knew you when... ;o)

Alice said...

Congratulations on your fantastic accomplishments! I love the idea of creating with gauze. My husband is an EMT, so he keeps it on hand.......

I'll be looking for this issue when I go to the city.

Enjoy your week, and have a Happy New Year!

Chris said...

Yay!!!! I'm so happy for you and so proud!!! Your piece is way cool~this technique shows such creativity. You deserve the accolades my little sis!

Sea Witch said...

I love your inspiration, your husband's road to healing and the tools that assisted him with that. Art springs from so many sources. Congrats Cat.

kj said...

it's settling in, isn't it cat?--who you are, who you have become. your pride is so heartfelt and humble, and i'm glad you can relish your accomplishments. yay yay yay.

there will be more.

now then, about your comment on my blog... thank you most sincerely. i think this year, if you don't mind, we might graduate to emails :^)

happy happy new year to you and your family. go forth and create, cat. it's your time ♥


Prządka said...

Hello Cat, your Mixed Media works are wonderfully creative! I admire them, like always. Big hugs and happy happy new year 2012:)

Carla said...

Cat, many congratulations and very well deserved! Such an imaginative piece! It's been such a joy to be discovering your work recently, can't wait to see what you'll come up with next.
Have a wonderful 2012!