Friday, December 17, 2021
Friday, November 5, 2021
In the Studio: Continuing to develop a series of wet-felted flat pieces that translate my pencil sketches into wool works. Whenever I cut shapes, Matisse comes to mind and it's difficult trying to keep him from over-influencing my hand and scissors! I started this work a few years ago and like the simplicity of the shapes, playing with white space and other design elements and principles, and introducing a bit of narrative too. I plan to matte a few and take them over to the gallery to see how others respond. Topmost Photo: "Catching Diamonds", wet-felted wool, 11"x13.5"; Lower Photo: "To Have and to Hold", wet-felted wool, 11"x14"
Sunday, October 3, 2021
Toot toot! Delighted to have three of my felted sculptures showcased in the Summer/Fall 2021 issue of Fiber Art Now magazine! The new issue is chock full of work by fiber artists pushing the edges of the medium, reimagining traditional methods, and/or refining the craft in novel ways. This periodical is alway inspiring, so if you are a fiber artist and not already a subscriber, follow the link to sign up.