Receptive 5. I don't know why I am so attracted to creating these forms. I do a lot of making in my practice but these forms (and other hand stitching) are unique in their ability to process - to unconditionally receive and then release with each subsequent stitch. Heart and hands - they hold so much. The cycle of making is so often about creating channels for flow and release. Along the way that process leaves artifacts. This is one.
...more from Washington. Everywhere I cast my eye, a gift.🙏🌸🌀
Recently out coastal Washington way...near the Saratoga Passage (Puget Sound). Cloud chasing, listening to detritus crabs, and otherwise losing myself (occasionally).
Wrapped up a week-long Indigo adventure with a wonderful group of teens at Camp Carlos! I am so grateful to @carlosmuseum for making this camp possible!
I’ve been sharing the Indigo experience with teens this week at the Michael C. Carlos Museum. Images are of my introductory samples. So much amazing work is being created this week!!- I’ll post more from the workshop soon!🌸
More with Indigo paint - sketches and textural studies. Indigo Spring.☀️
Capturing Indigo from recently dipped piece. Indigo Spring.🌀Getting ready for a couple of shows this weekend. See my Story for more details.🌸