but not forgotten
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Can't See the Forest Through the Trees
Trees have fascinated me for a long time, and in recent years, bare tree branches in particular. The branches against a sky look as if someone drew them with pen and ink. The life cycle of a tree is much like that of man, born from a seed, sprout up with some love and care, become a shelter in older years and eventually go back to the earth that it came from.
Indonesian cotton batik, pieced on acid-free foam board on a wood box form.
48"H x 52"W x 2.5"
Multiple images of trees layered with sunset and marshland are the subject matter for this fiber assemblage made of digitally printed cotton and cotton batik fabrics. Looking down a dock toward the sunset, the viewer is drawn into the distance, as if taken down the road on life's journey.
Fiber assemblage, digitally printed cotton and hand-dyed cotton batiks. It is wrapped on all sides with imagery and ready to hang.
Two Old Crows
These lively looking crows are enjoying a night on the town, despite their age. I like to use a "play on words" occasionally in my work, just to keep myself (and others) grinning.
Digitally manipulated layered photograph using Epson archival inks printed on cotton. Wrapped on all sides with imagery. Ready to hang.
8"H x 10"W x 2