April 24 Update: Morning is accepted to Telling America’s Stories: Celebrating 100 Years of National Park Service at The Brush Art Gallery & Studios in Lowell, MA. The exhibit runs May 7 – June 10, 2016.
I am so pleased to have my work included in another National Parks exhibit! When I began to work on various National Parks, I had no idea these kinds of opportunities would become available and I’m grateful for each one of them.
I’m excited that Morning won an Honorable Mention at the Wisconsin Artists Biennial! The exhibit runs February 6 – March 27, 2016 at MOWA Museum of Wisconsin Art, West Bend, WI. You can see the catalog for this exhibition here and even order a copy of your own, if you like. Continue reading “Morning”
The Colorado can be seen in Pictured: Close to Home, Our Own Spectacular National Parks at the St. George Museum in St. George, Utah from January 15 – May 28, 2016. I’m excited my work is included in this all media art exhibit! Continue reading “The Colorado”
I’m very excited to be posting some of what I’ve been working on lately. You will see more Grand Canyon pieces in the future and Wisconsin and Michigan water scenes. Also in the works, more Yosemite abstracts and landscapes but you won’t see those here for several months. Continue reading “New Work”
I’ve hiked the Grand Canyon several times and have hundreds of photos. A lot of them were taken on our first trip there in misty weather, so I’ve digitally manipulated some of the images for color before using them for fiber art. This piece was inspired by a South Rim walk out to Hermit’s Rest. Continue reading “Grand Canyons and Plateaus”
The straight fused piecing I talked about last time is fused and quilted, but not quite finished. After buying silk organza, silk gauze, and silk crepeline, I chose not to use any of them because they took the tones down too far. I thought the crepeline would work because it is the most transparent (also very expensive!), but it has a distracting sheen that was too much for an overlay on the whole piece. All this silk and what to do with it? Continue reading “Silk and Angelina Fiber”