8″ x 10″ on 1/2″ thick gallery canvas$70Hand dyed cotton fabric, machine quilted Sometimes it’s just fun to play with fabric bits of color. The orange and reds feel hot like summer while the piecing produces an abstraction like Picasso painted.
The art in this gallery utilizes scraps of my hand dyed cotton fabric leftover from other projects. I’m expressing ideas and memories from life experiences in a nonrepresentational presentation. Sewing together the many pieces is fun. It’s amazing what can be created from the small bits.
28” H x 38”W $750 A major feature of Canyonlands National Park is the joining of the Colorado and Green River at the Confluence. However, I am also thinking of the state of the world with its many voices and opposing views coming together but still maintaining individual identity.
32”H x 35”W SOLD How to overcome personal dislikes and views? How to move forward with a sense of unity? As we face difficult issues that divide I hope we can compromise and agree after much discussion.
30”H x 31”W $700 There are so many issues that divide groups of people and governments. To accomplish goals what alliances need to be formed? What combination of factions will coalesce?
30”H x 32”W $700 The state of our world with all the violence, animosity and controversy creates much concern. So many people feel anxious about the future.
32”H x 36”W $850 Opposition without compromise seems to evolve into major disagreements or war. The current conflicts around the world are disturbing.
46”H x 46”W $1500 As I read the paper and watch the news I become more and more disturbed over the issues and situations that divide. Is it possible for opposing sides to have a civil conversation? Save
38”H X 43”W SOLD In many river cities downtown has a waterfront. In my town this provides much needed green space and beauty. I love the energy and vitality one gets from having access to the flowing river. Save
39”H x 43”W $1200 It is easy to forget that in America our rich productive land is a valuable resource for the growing of food. When I see our fields of grain at harvest time I feel a sense optimism and rejoice at the abundance.
41”H X 39”W $1200 There is nothing more soothing than the open space of the park separate from both the city and the suburbs. It’s wonderful to observe the people who use the space as well as the variety of their activities.
18”H x 24”W$300 Colors and shapes speak to us in many ways. In my journeys I have a destination. Today it is the red settlement.
38”H X 38.5”W $800 Natural disasters like hurricanes, tornadoes and tsunamis as well as a manmade disaster like 911 or bomb threats are all reason to flee the safety of our homes and offices.
20”H X 27”W $375 Today my destination is the big city and not the countryside. In my imagination there is a city in purple, filled with treasures.
37”H X 37”H $550 Working hard under the heat and glare of the sun encourages one to seek refreshing shade.
32”H X 59”W $1300 Black and white, red and yellow–the diversity of our people characterize this democratic nation called the USA. When Sept. 11, 2001 occurred, Americans pulled together. Tall buildings may fall but the USA will stand tall, cherishing our freedom. With the flag we salute the country and its ideals as well as […]
20”H X 20”W $270 What do you see? I see the dwellings of ancient people in our American Southwest.
20”H X 23.5”W $350 Inspired by a Berthe Morisot painting of a Parisian park, I translated her impressionist imagery into geometric shapes. The shapes reminded me of a playground after the children have left. Imagine the echoes of their laughter and songs of delight.
42”H X 42”W $1300 How does the mind work when you are trying to formulate thoughts and opinions? What is revealed of your inner self? What are you willing to share of that self to others?
30”H X 31”W $600 Anytime there is construction there are wood planks strewn about. When will the playground be finished? Will the children gather here to play?