20″ x 20″$200Cotton fabrics, machine pieced and machine quilted The memories of 2020 and the Covid 19 pandemic will not be soon forgotten. As of June I’ve made more than 150 masks using up some of the commercialcotton in my stash. I made this piece using the leftover scraps from maskmaking. We wear our masks […]
In this gallery are a number of techniques, processes and themes that intrigue me. I continue to make my own fabric designs through dyeing, screen printing or dye painting. Every once in awhile commercial cotton fabric is used.
41”H x 70”W $1100 During a trip to South America I became fascinated with the marks that people carved in stone. I decided to make my own marks on bits of leftover fabric creating a different story.
ENTRANCE 30”H x 28.5”W NICHE 30”H x 14”W SOLD Places of worship around the world and throughout the centuries have many similar characteristics: from stone statues at the entrance to niches for objects of devotion.
38”H x 35”W $850 People post their messages at the community center. Are these ancient people or people in our future? Do the marks go beyond the binary system of today’s technology? Or do the marks reflect back on a different code of communication?
41.5”H x 30”W SOLD While hiking in Canyonlands National Park, I’m amazed at all the jagged edges with each level creating its own line. How are the patterns of this geological story different from the patterns of our thoughts within the brain? Save
28”H x 17”W SOLD The incredible effects of wind and water combined with the dramatic colors and shapes of Bryce Canyon National Park are inspiring and memorable.
28”H x 17.5”W SOLD Climb upward over challenging rocks to see the view.
28”H x 35”W$625 Awake to the glory of the sun in the sky. I feel it on my face as it expands my spirit.
27”H x 23”W $350 In the American Southwest there are many cliffs that provided shelter for ancient people. Beneath the brilliant sky I contemplate their culture as I notice all the shadows and textures.
26”H x 26”W $375 The glory of the day inspires and suggests an opportunity to embrace.
36”H x 13”W $325 Dream and go beyond yourself. Imagine all the aspirations and possibilities.
20”H x 22”W SOLD Experiments in surface design come together with a joyous effect. What a happy day!
23”H x 16”W SOLD It’s winter in the park. What lies beneath the surface? What is visible now and what will emerge later?
28”H x 22”W$350 I’m playing with the dye pots and am enjoying the colors. I feel like a child. It’s great fun.
51”H x 51”W $1950 This piece speaks to me of a walk in the woods on a foggy day. The organic feel of the hand dyed fabrics contribute to the play of light and shadow creating a sense of mystery.
47”H x 68”W$1800 In the agricultural midwest there are many farm ponds, pastures, and meadows. Pockets of color from wildflowers dot the landscape in rhythmical movement.
40” x 75” (Can be hung either horizontal or vertical) $2,200 I think of this piece as a formal garden favored by the Victorians. It is certainly not the landscape in my yard. Mixing up all the glorious variations of reds with its neighbors on the color wheel cheers my very soul.
20”H x 12”W $175 One of a series of small pieces in bright colors reflecting on children’s games in the 1940’s and 1950’s. All 4 pieces may be purchased for $600.
20”H x 12”W $175 Often played at recess, this was a favorite played by the whole class, boys and girls alike.
20”H x 12”W $175 Girls always seem to play jacks while boys played marbles.
20”H x 12”W $175 This had to be an after school or Saturday activity. There was never enough time during recess. All 4 of the “Games” pieces: HOPSCOTCH, RED ROVER, JACKS, FLYING KITES maybe purchased together for $600.