BalducciArt Wool

BalducciArt Wool is a one-of-a-kind, artisan yarn which has been spun by hand – you could call it “art wool”! Each is unique and comes in a variety of colours, some dyed naturally, some with Ciba dye, and others yet from donated fibres. My style of spinning results in my art wool being irregular andContinue reading “BalducciArt Wool”

Weekly Photo Challenge – Variations on a Theme

It’s official: I have taken to a new medium of creating art!!! It’s been a slow process but I am making strides forward with the help of the few friends who are kind enough to patiently guide me along the way. I have been learning to use my spinning wheel to create my own yarn.Continue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge – Variations on a Theme”

Naturally Bombed

The Powell River Friends of the Library and Sunshine Gogos (on behalf of the Stephen Lewis Foundation) are organizing the first fabulous Art Chair Auction this August 26th, 2017. As you know me, I could not resist getting involved and so I jumped at the opportunity to create my first art chair! And so it isContinue reading “Naturally Bombed”

BalducciArt Update!!!

After a taking a well-earned break, I am back at creating my neck and wrist art and building up my stock for this summer’s market season on Cortes Island, as well as for an upcoming music festival where I will be vending – announcement coming very soon. During my time off from knitting, I spentContinue reading “BalducciArt Update!!!”

Meet Indigo

Indigo is one of the art dolls from my new multidisciplinary art installation “Senses That Sin”. I drew my inspiration for this exotic/erotic experience from flowers and their lush surroundings that can tickle our senses when we allow ourselves to fully enjoy their offering. She is the art doll that is brought to life byContinue reading “Meet Indigo”

BalducciArt

I have become very fond of working in the medium of textile art as of late, and I plan on continuing to explore and create in this medium. I am loving the process of naturally dyeing cloth and wool, and then knitting with the fruits of my labour. I plan on spending the next fewContinue reading “BalducciArt”

BalducciArt = Wearable Art

I have recently been creating with a new medium and I am very excited to share this with you. Yes, it’s official! I have now added Textile Art to my wide range of mediums to work with; using wool, recycled cloth, naturally dyed materials, vintage buttons, beads  and embroidery thread. Which brings me to theContinue reading “BalducciArt = Wearable Art”

Weekly Photo Challenge – Ambiance

Here is the Ambiance greeting me every time I go buy my wool from  local yarn producer, Joy Shipway on Cortes Island, BC. Every bandana designed by BalducciArt has a touch of Cortes Island in it. I so love using Joy Shipway’s wool, which is produced, harvested and treated locally. I either use is as isContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge – Ambiance”

Installation 10: Ulfah

  Ulfah  is the 10th installation of 13 from The Other-Side presents That Wall art project. Each installation is unique in its own way and features art on both sides, as well as their own song on a soundtrack that was created to make them all come alive. Ulfah is a very affectionate person; wheneverContinue reading “Installation 10: Ulfah”

Weekly Photo Challenge – Shine

This past weekend, I had the pleasure of being involved in the creation of a birthing necklace for a dear friend of mine on Cortes Island who is about to welcome a new addition to her family. This was a new experience for me and a very positive one. We all came together and broughtContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge – Shine”