My figurative pieces usually start with a reference photo that I have taken. The process is usually accomplished using fusing and machine applique and quilting. I am drawn to the relationship of people to one another and to the out doors. I wish to show different perspectives and reflect the times we live in.
When the weather is favorable, walking with the dog is a current event!
Man and horse are both green. Each is puzzled by the other.
Each new discovery or invention builds on the many generations of knowledge that came before
Wyoming sky, wind, and horizon.
Long Shadows happen this time of day.
We interpret and share our reality with our phone. Digital info is stored in the cloud. In a different century the norm was using a sun umbrella at the park.
The five senses are all in a good place here. Blog posting ‘How is it done’ gives info on my process.
There is humanity in being helpful.
Children stay busy as the water flows over steps, filling the basin, draining away, and starting again.
Many people that live in Wyoming relate to the feeling and subject of this piece.
In the center of a busy life, there is a moment of peace between man and dog.
Dogs are good company.
Outside on the porch, playing with water is peaceful.
It’s easy to imagine the sound of the street fair in the city.
Our perception of the present can make our memories shift and change.
Rugby is played in the early Spring in Wyoming.
Water on the driveway makes debri shift and swirl and flow.
By design, the newest product is sexy and seems necessary, but will be outdated very soon.
Each invention presented to the public is risky and may or may not take hold. Some are life saving and some frivolous.
Sun, Air, and Water. Yeah!