Category: Order and Chaos

Choices

Spending time on choices will result in stronger artwork.

Naming

If you can delight your viewer with a title that is fun or memorable, it will keep them looking at the art a little bit longer.

March Miscellany

Some of you live in Gillette Wyoming, but you might not know about the wonderful venue for contemporary art quilts at City Hall. Take the stairs, and see my artwork from various vantage points! I change out the quilts in Spring and Autumn. There are four new pieces to enjoy. Evolution, 43 X 53 (above)… Read more »

Working in the Studio

It feels good to create artwork that is a reflection of 2020, and also shares my state of mind. What makes a person feel safe?

Studio Tour

Even a 1970’s apartment makes a beautiful studio. I have lots of room for storage of fabrics and lots of surfaces.

Weed Sort Plan

This blog is part two of a discussion about photographs. Do they bring you joy? If you didn’t read last month’s installment, you may wish to do that now. If weeding and oranganizing is not your thing, you can wait until next month, when I’ll be talking about who knows what, but it won’t be… Read more »

Conceptual Art

There is often a mystery around abstract artwork. What was the artist saying and why? How is it done?   When starting an abstract conceptual piece of artwork, sometimes the idea is a small one that is born out of a combination of fabrics that suggest something. Many Fires Burning is such a piece. I… Read more »

Cat Fights and Tornados

I didn’t know whether to call this blog post “Planning for Everything” or “Cat Fights and Tornados.”I thought that Cat Fights might catch your attention. It is summer time, so you might open the house to the welcome cool breezes at night. That’s why it’s easy to hear the cat fight outside your window at… Read more »