Such a beautiful day on the coast in Half Moon Bay, this was my view from 337 Mirada Art Center in Half Moon Bay!




Annalisa Jose is a mixed media artist from Walnut Creek, Ca.  She creates original, one-of-a kind wearable art through a low-immersion dye process. She also creates abstract art through a process of layering color and texture with acrylics, fabric and paper. Jose completed the Art Cloth Mastery Program based in Texas and graduated from Mills College with a Bachelor of Arts degree.

In the photo below, I am wearing one of my garments, created thru a low-immersion dye process.  What does low-immersion mean?  It's a process in which the dyes in liquid form are applied directly to the fabric using very little water. This process yields fabric with unique patterns depending on how the fabric is folded, twisted, clamped or tied in the dye container. This wearable art garment was created with orange, blue and turquoise dyes blending together to creating a dance of color!