I often walk on bike paths through the wooded area near my house. During these walks, I take pictures of what interests me at the time. This piece was inspired by one of those photographs.
This small piece was made using techniques learned while taking a week-long class in 2014 from fiber artist, Linda Colsh.
When I was charged with creating a piece depicting an historic Iowa building, my mind went directly to the Iowa State Capitol. I have fond memories of the Capitol. My master’s degree focused on the decorative stenciling on the walls and ceilings of the halls, offices and meeting rooms.
This piece was done as a challenge: any image that supports the collection title – “Obviously Three”.
I love working with transparent overlays. This piece depicts the sun setting behind trees as the autumn leaves float through the air to the ground.
One day last winter I looked out of my window at mounds of snow. On a whim, I decided to snow dye some fabric. Since the snow created this fabric I thought it only fitting that the resulting piece reflect its beginning.
Robins bring with them the promise of spring.
Also available as “Signs of Spring” 9″ x 12″ for $200.
One last flurry of bright, warm colors before the winter neutrals.
This piece is the second in a series exploring the representation of light.
This postcard was made for a show with the theme “Wish you were here.” Contact me for photos of other postcards available.