Friday, April 20, 2018
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Saturday, April 14, 2018
1. Three Flowers in a Beach Bucket Vase mixed media on cradled board 9x12
2. Two Flowers in Yellow Vase mixed media on cradled board 9x12
3. Sunflowers in Vase: Paper collage on paper 15x18.5
4. Vase of Flamingo Flowers: Paper collage on paper 11.5x15
5. Six each 8 1/2 x 11 prints of digital photo collage with scanned objects
6. Space Flower: Cold wax/oil on cradled board 16x12
7. Space Flowers: Cold wax/oil on cradled board 12.5x8.75
8. Fall into Winter Leaves quilted wall hanging 36.25 x 36.25
9. Magnolia From bud to Bloom quilted wall hanging 41.5 x 45.5
10. Garden of Delight quilt 50x67.5
11. Winter Crow - quilted wall hanging with four photos and an applique crow
Thursday, April 12, 2018
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
1. Woman with a Bird on her Head: collage with cut up photographs, papers and original art on paper.
2. Crow Olympic Rings: One of a series of digitally enhanced woodcut prints with various painted backgrounds.
3. Crow's Nest: Gum Arabic transfer on paper on board with R&F oil sticks and graphite.
All these and more at my Marin Open Studio the first two weekends in May: https://marinopenstudios.org/artist/631/
1. Funky Bird Wall Hanging quilt with an applique bird, in a photo of a window shot in India and printed onto cotton fabric.
2. Spoonbill in Florida large quilt with applique and some batik fabric bought on the same India trip.
3. Black Bird: Embroidered bird drawing on nylon mesh, glued over hand made paper on board.
4. Funky Birds Going the Wrong Way: 3D digital models of fabric bird appliques, collaged with a photograph of a street arrow.
5. Simple Photography of a Blue-footed Booby bird shot on a trip to the Galapagos.
1. Rainbow Crow: An original crow drawing, printed and transferred to paper with gum arabic, then combined with R&F oil sticks, cold wax and other media.
2. Avoiding Danger: Cold wax and oil sticks plus stencils on cradled encausticbord.
3. Irritated Crow: Photo on paper on board with hot wax. The board was outside for years developing a lovely natural patina of mold.
4. Two Blue Birds: Hot wax over paper on board. I initially embroidered the birds into nylon mesh, but they melted when I heated the wax, forming waxy bird impressions which were then painted over with oil paints.
These will be on exhibit at my Marin Open Studios (MOS) the first two weekends in May. https://marinopenstudios.org/artist/631/