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One of many awkwardly histerical positions Ms. Trevino put me in, in order to get a great shot! Photo by Stephanie Trevino
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A car window shade makes a great reflector for photo shoots! Photo by Stephanie Trevino
The photos are here! If you go the the Necktie Creations gallery you can find the awesome photos taken by Ms. Stephanie Trevino! It was so much fun to work with her; so much to the point that I received a great ab workout by laughing so hard!  The pictures above are only a peak at the great fun we had.

I have already begun new necktie creations that I hope to debut in the 2010 Finlandia Student-Alumni Fashion Show. The show will take place November 20th, 2010 at the Finnish American Heritage Center in Hancock, MI at 7pm for anyone interested in coming.  I hope to have vests, more hair pieces, a dress, and whatever other pieces I am inspired to finish in time!

In the realm of diploma works... well lets just say I am praying for some enlightenment soon.  I know that I want to stretch the abilities of different mediums to their extremes in a way that takes a seemingly feminine material and makes it masculine, and takes an overtly masculine material an makes it feminine.

I have done a good deal of physical ideations in clay lately. They are mostly attempts at weaving stoneware. Stoneware is masculine to me, and the thought of making something delicate and loosely woven seems like a step in the right direction. As of late my only hold up is physically achieving woven ceramic three-dimensional pieces. The drying process seems to be the tricky part and I hope to figure out the secret to that soon. If anyone has any suggestions in that department, please let me know!
 


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Mary
10/05/2010 14:10

The second picture on this entry is hilarious, it brighten up my day :)

I looked at all the pictures on your website. I like the pictures 6, and 9 in the necktie creation section. I think they both are very beautiful and every elegant I would wear both of them.

Picture #4 in 2-D Art reminds me of the ocean. For picture #5 what medium did you use?

3-D Sculpture The lamp with the music notes on it, would LOVE to have that in my room. Picture #7 I like the bowl farthest away from the camera, blue and dark red are my favorite colors. Picture #9 this piece ROCKS because I love polka-dots and I love blue so it's two thumbs up/10 gold stars from me.

Then the picture of the bird cage I saw that cage 100+ times last year at Portage, I never knew it was yours.

I'm glad to see you were able to get the picture I send you of your dress and we able to upload it alright. Once again sorry it took so long to get to you :)

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