Thursday, October 12, 2017

For the Love of Dance

-12" tall, Mixed Media - Available for purchase - $125.00 -

My latest piece. I start with a bent wire armature, wrap it with polyester stuffing, and then coat it with hand-dyed silk scraps. I use a small rock, attached to the armature, to give it weight, then I build around the rock, attaching it to a cardboard base using hot glue.
I call this a guesture sculpture. It makes me smile. 

I hope you enjoy her as much as I do.

Image may contain: one or more people

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

My Latest:

I moved into my new home in Winnsboro, TX, and I am still creating one of a kind, amazing art to wear. The holidays are coming so I have created some pieces with prices accessible to most people. I hope you have a delightful holiday season where you are all safe and surrounded by loved ones.


The Art Scarf

I found myself housing a great number of scraps and decided each one was a silk brush stroke, so I began to figure out ways to make something useful out of them. What I've come up with is the Art Scarf, which is a bunch of silk scraps cut into leave shapes and stitched down to a strip of fabric. It looks like a silk boa. People are loving them. But, before they buy them I recommend that they take into consideration that they will continue to shred. It's a truly interactive work of art.






Splash Necklace

Another adaptation as the scraps as wearable paintings is the Splash Necklace. I take long torn scraps and twist them around each other, until I have two or three different colored strands plied together. Then I tie thin strips of other scraps in square knots around the plied necklace. Then I add beads, charms, buttons, and shells. Each one is unique. They are selling very well, and people really enjoy them.



 Skyscraper Scarf

My silk company came up with a new silk weave. I found it by dying it, washing it and hemming it, then dragging a paint brush lightly over the raised part of the silk, the fabric begins to look very interesting. I call it the Skyscraper Scarf, because it looks like the sunlight reflecting off a downtown skyscraper.
10" x 64"
10" x 64"

Best Seller! - The Scarf

14" x 74"
Orders Taken
14" x 74"
14" x 74"


Art Quilts


"On The Cross-wires"
2' x 2.25'

"Doorway To Enlightenment"
2.5' x 2.5'

Monday, April 24, 2017

Getting Re-Aquainted With My Blog in 2017

It's been awhile since I last took a dive into my blog but since my last visit, I have gotten married and moved to the country, upper East Texas to be exact.

I was supposed to retire but I love creating art so much that I am still at it. I delight in inventing new pieces that enhance the inherent beauty within all women.

Horse Broaches

Wearable Paintings

These are mixed media horse broaches made out of hand dye silk scraps, wool felt, acrylic, beads, and aluminum foil from champagne bottles to add a splash of metallic luster.

They range in size from 2" - 3" long.
light weight, and pin easily.

$45.00 + tax and shipping

$45.00 + tax and shipping

$45.00 + tax and shipping

$45.00 + tax and shipping

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Crochet Critters

Crazy Crochet Critters

I just finished this chameleon hat. Contact me and I can make you one! I work without a pattern so each one is unique! No two are alike!

These critters will have their hats soon!

Thursday, July 9, 2015

One of my scarves featured.....

I wanted to share a short video clip of the Susan Sikora show that showed off my leaf scarf. I hope you enjoy it!

Bay Area Focus With Susan Sikora

Feel free to call me with any questions or requests:

What I've been painting......

Enter a Foreign World 30x36
The following paintings are oils that I have done within the last year or so.  If you want to order postcards, framed prints, or prints on metal,  look up my page on the Fine Art America website. 
To buy any original painting please contact me at Valery Guignon 214-912-7802.

Growing into Life 24x28

Growing into Life has been featured on the cover of Lesbian Connection magazine, August 2012 edition.

Inner Landscape 24x28

Inner Landscape was completed in 2012 and represents the ebb and flow of life and emotions that we all feel from time to time.

Internal Memory Flow 14x40

The following paintings are some of the acrylics that I have also done within the last year or so. I was one of the local artist that was commissioned to do acrylic paintings for the Omni Hotel in Dallas, Texas. My original works currently grace the walls of some of the fine accommodations you will find there. If you want to order postcards, framed prints, or prints on metal,  look up my page on the Fine Art America website. To buy any original painting please contact me at Valery Guignon 214-912-7802.

Contemplation 40x30

Graffitize 20x16
Paint and Rust 16x20

Rhythm of Life 24x28