Tag Archives: batik

How my travels leads to the creation of new artwork

  During the month of December my husband, Warren, and I took an extended journey overseas. Southeast Asia had been on our “Bucket List” for a long time, and luckily, we work with an amazing travel agent who is an expert on travel in that region. I like to travel in small group tours and […]

Learning from teaching adult workshops

  In the last two months I had the opportunity to teach two very different workshops. One was a technique-oriented batik workshop and the other explored the Seminole Indian patch working style. Both of these experiences renewed my love of my art and also made me realize that I really like helping others create. I enjoyed […]

The Creation of “Drake”

Every once in a while, I like to let my readers see How I go about creating one of my Batik/Rozome paintings.  First off, My readers ask “What is Rozome?”  The easiest way I can explain it is that Rozome is a wax and dye resist process similar to Batik, but using Japanese bamboo brushes […]

Now featured on Artsy Shark!

I know I haven’t written a blog posting in a while-I’ve been so wrapped up in creating and organizing my artwork (not to mention exhibiting and creating a revised website) For 2014, I decided that I wanted to get back into chronicling my ideas and inspirations for my art. I have a lot of work […]

Agua Series is at the West Wing Gallery in Naples

Muffy Clark Gill’s “Agua Series” is the featured exhibition at the Naples Regional Library, 650 Central Avenue, Naples, Florida from March 1st through 30th.  All the the paintings form this multi-media collection of Batik,  Rozome paintings, and mixed media encaustics are on display during regular museum hours.  The featured painting shows Agua XI, an underwater […]