Timing is going to San Diego and so am I.
In 2016 I took some risks. I enrolled in a workshop that introduced me to painted paper collage and I began working in a new medium. I have to smile thinking about it. I can work out compositions more quickly and experiment more easily. I also created my first online course, Working In a Series
I have emerged. A winter unlike anything we’ve seen in Idaho has had us under the covers for over a month. 7 snow days tacked onto Christmas break threw me off course. Our election took my feet out from under me. I am relocating my rhythm now.
Yellow Instigation is a taste of my style measuring 10 x 7 inches. I shipped it off to the traveling *SAQA trunk show on Monday.
Would you like a taste of minimalism? These small works were available, and on sale, at my special exhibition in Palm Springs and during my Open Studio event last week.
I spent one delicious week at the Quilt Surface Design Symposium (QSDS). It is held at the Columbus College of Art and Design in downtown Columbus. The college’s iconic sign begged to be captured daily.
I’m packing. 2 reds 2 blues 2 yellows plus white and burnt sienna. All of these supplies are for a workshop I’m taking with David Hornung, Color: A workshop for Artists and Designers. I’m Ohio bound to the Quilt Surface Design Symposium, QSDS, where about 100 attendees will take various 5 day workshops. My awesome grant from the Alexa
You don’t always get what has been promised. Sometimes you simply have to wait a wee bit longer.
This is the current state of my new studio space. That lovely wall behind the boxes will become one of my design walls, after the studio receives a coat of white paint.
Modern Simplicity is a solo invitational exhibition of pieces from my Alinea and H series. It is fitting that pieces from these two series are shown together because Alinea led me to my H series.