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burlesque beauty

Burlesque Beauty 15 x 36 Textile Collage Newly added to fabric-art gallery this elegantly attired beauty is all sparkle and sheen. Why she donned her fabulous feathered hat with a sequined negligee is anybody’s guess. M’ lady’s prerogative we suspect. Burlesque has never really gone out of style, you know. Designed and constructed by Richard Lebsock, the…

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quite a mark

Post by Richard Lebsock I was a Fine Arts major in college and as part of the process took every art class that was offered. One of the classes that I found very interesting was one on jewelry making. We learned the art of working with sterling silver. All the processes necessary for making fine…

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textile collage no. 1

Jessi 24 x 36 Textile Collage One of a kind pop-art portrait designed and constructed by Richard Lebsock is a collage of textiles in rich purples and reds on a black sequined linen backdrop. Materials include cotton, satin, velvet and voile. The finished piece is 24 inches wide by 36 inches high. This is the first…

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dragon tee

The tee shirt factory is still in operation in our studio.  This is item nine of twelve – but it’s not safe to assume we’ll stop at a dozen!  The white cotton tee shirts are inexpensive and the art is FUN! This is all drawn with permanent markers (Sharpie ™) then heat set with a very…

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makin’ pizza

Dad & the Wookie makin’ pizza Tonight was pizza night in our kitchen.  It goes like this: First I put the pizza stone in the oven and start heating it to 425° F.  Next I mix the dough: Pizza Dough proof 1 pkg active dry yeast in 2/3 cup warm water, with 2 teaspoons raw…

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tee #3

Back in the tee-shirt business today.  This time California Poppies with ladybugs, two more of my all time favorite things. I love the dewy details and the single ladybug walking up the neckline on this one. Guess  with a full dozen white tees to work on this project is going to require a category all its own.…

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Tee Shirt factory

This week we turned the studio into a tee-shirt factory.  First we gathered up supplies: a dozen white 100% cotton tees from Costco, a colorful selection of permanent markers, some fabric dyes and some interesting graphics.  Next I dug out the sewing stuff and transformed my drawing board into a sewing room. After the tees…

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