Friday, August 19, 2016

Xenobia Bailey's Photo Research for Future Project with Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe Botanical Garden on the Hill and SFPS Adelante Program

I really had an enjoyably education tour of the Santa Fe Botanical Gardens at Museum Hill and the Leonora Curin Wetland Preserves, Aug 17, 2016, with Director of Education at the Santa Fe Botanical Garden Mollie Parsons, and the Director of Education at Site Santa Fe Joanne Lefrak.  

This 3 year Botanical Garden is one of Santa Fe's cultivated living treasures...!!! I look forward to watching it grow...!!!

Friday, June 10, 2016


Harlem, New York Fiber Artist Xenobia Bailey is looking to hire freelance experienced crochet assistants that work/live in New York, Jersey City, Newark, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington DC area, (we may be able to work with crocheters in other areas in North America) to crochet elements for a new body of crochet work.

Payment will be paid by piece work. Crocheters must work at a comfortable production pace, have excellent craftsmanship and experienced in doing single stitch tapestry crochet work.

The project consist of crocheting multi colored circles, squares or triangles of 4 ply yarn with a size "D" Crochet hook, and size "10" thread with a size "B" crochet hook. I will supply yarn and instructions.

Interested crocheters can please send images of previous and/or sample work and contact information by responding to this post

(view examples of work I am interested in fabricated)
Thank you so very much in advance...!!!

Xenobia Bailey

Monday, November 2, 2015

My Midnight photographing session of the interior and exterior of the Hudson Yards No. 7 Line Subway Station

 Notice the dramatic evening lighting.

 Notice the spotlight lighting as the passengers enter the subway station.

 Mosaic above the escalators.
  Detail of mosaic above the escalators.
 Detail of the exquisite craftsmanship of the mosaic artist.
 View of the Jacob Javits Center from the Hudson Yards Subway Station
 Sitting area outside of the subway station.
 Side view of the glass dome.
 Side view of the glass dome and the construct of buildings for the future Hudson Blvd community around the subway.

 Entrance to the the subway.
 coming down the right side stairs.