Welcome to 2016, my first blog and the launch of The Great Eddyville Experiment.
I'm greatly reducing my show and teaching schedule for 2016. I need more leisure time to be creative in and out of the studio.
In lieu of travel, I've decided to develop a new video web series, "Alive at Eddyville"- Arts and Creative Endeavors with Stephanie Eddy.
This will allow me to continue my journey to connect and collaborate with other artists. It will be a fun place for everyone to find new ideas, along with some old and different techniques for creating art in a variety of mediums.
While I am recognized for my bead and wire jewelry designs, and the invention of the Lazee Daizee tools for Viking Knit, I also have another 40+ years of knowledge and experience in related and unrelated fields, including glass fusing, casting, glass blowing and stained glass; metal sculpture; epoxy, pottery and Raku clays; enamels; basket and pine needle weaving; knitting and crocheting; clothing design; silk painting and screen printing; fresh and dried floral arranging; fibers and weaving; mold casting; carpentry; welding; sign and banner displays; and concrete lawn art, to name a few.
|Happy Mike's Galley|
|My little helper, Sunni|
The majority of these videos will be free, with an occasional specialty project for sale. But what's the point in making any videos if no one is interested? I will need your support and freeback to continue.
So, please like and follow my Facebook page, Lazee Daizee page, signup here to follow my blog, pin me on Pinterest, subscribe to my Youtube Channel for videos, and share this information with anyone you think might be interested.
Also, on my website, StephanieEddy.com, there is a monthly drawing and prize for filling out a questionnaire to let me know how I'm doing, what you think and what you would like to see next on video.
Here's to the Great EddyVille Experiment for 2016. I hope you will all join me at Alive at Eddyville. Stephanie Eddy