I am a child of marine environments who ironically lives inland (it happens). From Hawaii to Cumberland Island, I have been nourished by the big oceans and the ecotones associated with them. The shoreline is a magical transition zone wherever it is encountered – an abundant strand, rich with life as well as decay. On a recent visit to the Pacific Northwest, I returned to an oft-visited, ever-changing rocky beach which perennially holds amazing treasures for the texturally-inclined…
Step by step, bit by bit. Eventually.
Studio cleaned and ready for the next wave of work. Time for a brief sit-down with pen and ink. Mind quieted (for the moment).
Highlights from 2021.
Adding to the mix…a new round of pieces contemplated with this bundle of cloth and fiber - all dyed with cutch, indigo w/iron modifier. But first, complete current work in progress!
Many of you know that my studio practice includes designing and building artisan apparel (@petalunacollection). I will be showing selected pieces from that body of work on Dec. 4th at #littletreeartstudios in Avondale, Ga. 11-6. After that, I’ll be open by appointment at my studio leading up to the winter holidays.🌀
A work in progress.
Seasonal entropic sampler. So much richness in decay.😌