Imogen Skye Freeman's Profile

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Well, hello. And welcome! :)

I am the mother of five autonomously-learning children, at our home in the Yukon Territory in Canada.

I have been making art my whole life, in multiple media. I trained in Technical and Scientific Illustration and also hot Glass-working (blowing, kiln-casting, etc...) formally. Presently I divide my studio time between my ink paintings and my fibrearts (toy-making for my children, and embroidery and beading). My styles are vastly different from one medium to the next and even within media. I have written much about my InkPaintings in my shop sections. It involves a syringe and vat of ink, tech pens, gouache, sable brushes, etc..., and a very dynamic set of activities to complete each one of my paintings.

I also love sculpting, but my studio is not set-up…

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  • Female
  • Born on May 10
  • Joined October 14, 2011

Favorite materials

Gouache, Egg Tempera, Casein, India Ink, Conservation Cotton Board or Paper, Gold Silver Copper Leaf, Birch Maple Panel, Wool, Distemper Glue Paint, Encaustic, Natural Woods, Local and SemiPrecious Stone Beads, Silk

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About

Well, hello. And welcome! :)

I am the mother of five autonomously-learning children, at our home in the Yukon Territory in Canada.

I have been making art my whole life, in multiple media. I trained in Technical and Scientific Illustration and also hot Glass-working (blowing, kiln-casting, etc...) formally. Presently I divide my studio time between my ink paintings and my fibrearts (toy-making for my children, and embroidery and beading). My styles are vastly different from one medium to the next and even within media. I have written much about my InkPaintings in my shop sections. It involves a syringe and vat of ink, tech pens, gouache, sable brushes, etc..., and a very dynamic set of activities to complete each one of my paintings.

I also love sculpting, but my studio is not set-up for it, so I do so rarely and usually in the summer, if at all, when I can work outside (excepting my fiber sculptures/toys).

Aside from thoroughly and vastly prioritized enjoyment of my children, and making art, I also love to learn new skills, read lots&lots of informational books- by far most especially those with an evolutionary anthropological perspective, eat good food, practice sacred and mundane feminine arts, write and make books, sew, make toys for my kidlets, sing, practice qi gong and yoga, and delighting in the diversity of wildlife all around us. I also love to play my ukulele and write my own music. Recently we have embarked upon a new vein of study through the esoteric mystery school of the ancients, which is providing all of us with a beautiful flow of new inspiration (we're all artists here).

Thanks so much for reading this. It feels like a journal entry. I may revise it. Just like a journal entry... lol.

Warmly,
Imogen Skye

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