VT, United States
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I create fine art paintings on silk with steam set French dyes and resists, silk scarves, and screen printed art cloth

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Facing Forward: Towards Healing!

for The Sketchbook Project: 2011

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Today is October 5th and  I have been stuck sitting in this chair for 22 days now with a broken ankle and swelling issues. I also have spent the last 10 years battling a Lyme induced autoimmune disease so I am no stranger to disability. Since I broke my ankle I spend my days reading, cuddling my dogs, and working on the Sketchbook Project Moleskin.

I have had only 2 showers in 22 days and can only be up for about 10 minuets before the swelling in my leg starts to get really painful and my toes turn lovely shades of red and purple. I have good days, like today :~), and bad days like yesterday when I cried a lot :~(

The sketchbook project has been a real life saver for me as it gives me the ability to keep my creative juices flowing even while immobile. It has been a great emotional outlet and I have really enjoyed meeting all the other artists involved on the Art House Co-op website's Sketchbook Project page. I love reading the comments and seeing all the great artwork.

There are almost 20,000 sketchbooks out there so today when I saw that my gouache self portrait was one of the artworks featured on the front page of the Art House Co-op's website I was very honored and it really cheered me up.

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Bio: Linda Eaton Marcille is an award winning artist whose paintings on silk have been sold internationally. Linda creates her silk paintings using the highest quality steam set French dyes from Europe, the finest crepe de chine silk from China and a one of a kind resist made only in New Zealand. She has taken an ancient Asian art form and infused it with her own joyful and whimsical style.

Linda Has been battling Advanced Neurological Lyme Disease for 10 years. The creative process has been a powerful healing force in her life. She  chose the name Crow House Studio because in Native-American legend the crow represents an omen of change, and is a shape-shifter. Crow medicine encourages people to shape shift their old realities into their future self.

Comments (12)

roshi7 November 9, 2010

beautiful new profile and other pictures! hope youre going well over there, looks like youve been busy while I've been away and havent done much work.... 


good on you 


roshi7 October 22, 2010
hi your 'crossing the desert' is just beautiful. Ive just joined the project -[only discovered it during the week,] and read the Moleskin test page. How do you manage the paper, sounds like its quite hard to use, or very light and also hard to get the image to show, on. Are you all replacing the paper or what techniques do you find work well for you? thanks for your inspiring work R
Alicia Hunsicker
Alicia Hunsicker October 19, 2010

Hey Linda< I know vermont artisen Desgns well.....I will look for your work next time I am there.....Do you ever go to the art walks?...maybe we could meet up for coffee sometime at Moca Joes. I will check out your blog.....SO Nice to meet you ~ Alicia

Alicia Hunsicker
Alicia Hunsicker October 19, 2010

Hi Linda, Thanks for finding me here....Yes Brattleboro is only about 20 min from my studio......You are welcome to visit sometime.  I also have work at Gallery in the Woods in Brattleboro.  If you have time check out my blog at Enjoy!

aplacucci October 15, 2010

Your works are wonderful!!! thank you for your visit and comment!!! Kisses!!!

violasbees October 13, 2010

thank you, sweetie!

your work is great...and i'm jeaous of anyone that gets to live in VT!


Nancy Martini
Nancy Martini October 12, 2010

Hi thanks for the comments and for finding me! I love your sketchbook, especially how the figures are intertwined in the imagery. 

ellywright October 12, 2010

Hi Linda,

Nice to be friends. Your work is beautiful and I have enjoyed looking at your portfolio and sketchbook. Such wonderful colours. Best wishes.

friedaquilter October 5, 2010
Hi Linda, thanks so much for your friend request! And it's fun to see your work, I love it, so colourful!
artsofmay October 5, 2010

Thanks for your positive comments about my paintings and your friend request.  I like your work very much--it has great feeling in it. 


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