My wearable art coat, The Temptation of Eve, was on display in Chicago, at the Columbia College Spring/Summer Exhibition from April-September, 2015.  This was a juried show.

 

Eve is based on a Botticelli painting and was custom-printed on fabric for me.  The back is very 3-Dimensional and textural.

 

This coat was also seen in the Threads Magazine fashion show a few years ago.

You can find my fabulous iron caddy tutorial in the current issue of Kona Bay's Fabric Vine Magazine.  Available online HERE (tutorial starts on page 77).  

It's a great way to carry your hot or cold iron to sewing groups or classes, and the caddy unfolds into a handy litle ironing mat!

This is a very small sampling of my work, and the variety of media and styles I use.

Feel free to be inspired, but please do not copy or steal my work or photos.  

I am always available to discuss a custom project for you, so if you see something you like,

please don't hesitate to contact me at

DarcyLewis(at)yahoo(dot)com

 

So excited to announce that I signed with Village Fine Art Gallery in Rochester, MI on July 1, 2015.  

They are carrying my garments, art, and photos.  Stop in and check them out!

This is a beautiful textile rendition of the Denver skyline.  

This piece was selected for publication in the Denver Business Journal's annual Book of Lists.

Will be on display in Denver, in January, 2016.   Beautifully custom framed (not shown).        

16x20, for sale.

Their announcement can be seen HERE

 

My red crushed-organza jacket was on TV!

Part of a segment on unique Christmas Gifts.

 

 Catch it at Live In The D - HERE

 

If you are interested in purchasing it, it is currently on display at the Gallery.  For address, hours, and more information, you can find them HERE.

 

My international-award winning Nanoart piece, Nebula of Man, is now on display at the Carr Center as part of their "Picturing Rorschach: Explorations of the Subconscious" exhibit - On display from 3/18/16-4/29/16.

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If you are in Detroit, please stop by and see it!  You can find their location and hours HERE.

A family silhouette set I did.  Individual cuts of each child (in black, mounted on textured cream cardstock.), and 1 stacked set of the whole family - intended as a gift for the grandmother.

Before and After rehabbed piano bench.  For sale.  Silver paint on solid wood bench.  

Details picked out in turquoise paint.  Turquoise 'alligator skin' upholstery fabric padded top.  

Lid lifts to reveal storage compartment lined with marbled Italian Rossini paper.

I recently did a series of mini-book necklaces.  Each one was 1" square when closed.  Texts were customized.  I did one set of the psalm "A Woman Of Valor" in Hebrew, Lewis Carroll's The Jabberwocky, a custom love story, several fairy tales, among others.

 

Each book is totally handmade, with a fine Italian leather cover, marbled end papers, hand-sewn bindings, and gold design on the cover, and a silver O-ring with a chain, ribbon, or mount of your choice.  

Before and After rehabbed sideboard/dresser.

 

Wedding present for a musician.  

Kiss of Fire tango sheet music, with 2 dancers painted on top, 3-D embellishement.

Hand-painted and glazed porcelain bird salt and pepper shakers.  

Painted to look like a Blackburnian Warbler and a Western Tanager.

From the Tiny Tales, Small Stories gallery show in Edmonds, WA.  

Mini-diorama with accompanying short story.