Sneek Peek: photos by Liam Spradlin

So… I have an entire folder full of photos that I’ve been holding onto for a while.
(Not a literal folder, and not literally “holding” them. You know what I mean!)

Dress made from camping tent - Jamie K. McIntosh

Dress made from camping tent - Jamie K. McIntosh

But I can’t help myself from sharing one of them today, because it’s like money burning a hole in my pocket. The dress is made from a discarded nylon camping tent, and the necklace is made from shotgun shells.

This photo is one of the products of a great photo session with Liam Spradlin and model Brittany Dingeldein. I’ve got a lot of great things planned for my new collection of fantastic eye candy, but it’s still in the works! In the meantime, please be patient and be on the lookout for the next time that I decide to cave in and post some more “secret” stuff. (I’m only human!)

About jamie

Jamie is an award winning artist who has recently taken a hop, a skip, and a few jumps, and has landed happily in California. She specializes in textile/fabric pieces (art that you wear), but also creates paintings, sculptures, and quilted works of art.
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3 Responses to Sneek Peek: photos by Liam Spradlin

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    Outstanding choice of colors!

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