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…
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.🌸
More Indigo Spring…
Indigo pigment as paint - getting a feel for it. Part of “Indigo Spring”.☀️
Indigo Spring emergents. Just getting started.☺️🌀
Otherworldly. I’ve been working with #indigodyeing this week (see my story for details on the process and finished pieces). I can’t help but be intrigued by random drip patterns on the paper I use to move the vat “flower” aside while I’m dyeing.
I am overflowing with inspiration - head working faster than my body can manifest. Am content with process being it’s own reward.