is one of five newly designed rashguard and leggings created using the photography from Melanie Gonzalez Art's studio, including the garment at right which incorporates the image "Castle on the Concourse" 2017-2023 from the series, Rock and Shadow/Piedra y Sombra.
The photographic series of BJJ, Yoga, Surfing and Athletic rashguard tops and leggings are surely an inspiration for a desired splash of art in your training, wherever it may be.
The entire collaboration was designed right here at PIEDRA Y SOMBRA DESIGNS in collaboration with Ascension BJJ & Yoga at 307 Wall St Kingston, NY 12401.
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“Borboleta Festival”, a leggings designed for Ascension BJJ at Piedra y Sombra Designs using
the Photography licensed by Melanie Gonzalez, “The Cost
of a Bee Sting/Borboleta Festival, Salcedo Dominican Republic, 2019” (c).
A range of sewing machines available; vintage, modern, and overlock to learn from.
Handling different fabrics, ironing, cutting patterns, measuring, fitting all takes place before sewing.
Students work on their own projects or with our prompt and learn to execute their ideas.
Refreshments served at events, sewing materials, notions and cutting stations provided. You go at your pace, can complete projects at home with guidance.
Photo: The garments photographed in the image below are handsewn by Piedra y Sombra Designs with custom printed fabric featuring "Castle on the Concourse" (2017), "Loto en Salcedo" (2019), The Cost of a Bee Sting/Borboleta Festival (2019), Montaña Redonda (2019), and Wintry Lake Tahoe (2019).
Thoughtful, durable, beautiful, utilitarian sewing goods made for everyday use.
These items were carefully built using upcycled and natural fabrics, at low-waste, with use of minimal to no plastic.
When you purchase a Piedra y Sombra Design, you are directly supporting New York artist and the local economy.
Proudly sewn and designed in the USA!
The 21" duck bag eco tote with two pockets, full lining, comfortable drop straps, and handles for versatility in carrying your things. Roomy, comfy, built to last with 100% heavy duty cotton canvas.
Model name "Ohioville299" with a piece of Mid-Hudson valley history, an 1872 newspaper ad for a stage coach schedule.
The series has inspired my sewing creations of wearable arts, home décor and accessories. Below is a portfolio of items I have created with vintage Japanese sewing machines and by hand.
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Photo at right by Zaid Islam of bags I sewed for Art on the Concourse 2020 featuring Lady K Fever's artwork.
Portfolio of wearable goods, leather work, and jewelry
Suzanna Productions at Piedra y Sombra Designs.
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It all started with upcycling and mending my clothes and taking requests from friends...
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