I’m going to start the year with a post summarizing the textured fiber paintings I made in 2019. But before I get to that, I’m currently working on my first piece for 2020 – (Feeling) Grief. I knew I’d need to create Grief at some point; I guess that time is now. Here are a few progress photos:
Come back next month to see the completed work!
In 2019, I made 6 textured fiber paintings, which was my goal. Feelings ran the spectrum from Woe to Dynamism. (If you’re interested, I have the same goal this year. Considering the amount of stitching I do on these pieces, 6 seems reasonable as I don’t make art full time.) I’ve included photos below, with links to each piece’s article if you’d like a bit more information about a piece. All of this work is for sale. If you’re interested, please visit my Gallery page or contact me through this website.
Next up: I’ll continue work on Grief. Full reveal expected in February.
Info about my Feelings series: I interpret my random abstract doodles as emotions. The guiding point is the outer boundary of the doodle. The boundary evokes the feeling. From there, I contemplate how to bring that particular feeling alive in fiber.
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