My art friend Marsha once defined my style as complex primitive. I rejoiced to hear that. I have worked for years evolving complexity in my work. Initially I used it to create greater energy in the compositions. Today, I employ the techniques to give depth. I work to express hope and love in my art. Complexity … Continue reading Traveling in Spirals: Artistic Style
The new stoles for $75 are in our online shop, fibergig, at Etsy. Starting point: stack of selected fabrics. Prepared for paint, stencils, and screen printing. Painted, ready for embellishment, highlights, lining. See our stoles at fibergig.etsy.com/shop.
Summer conversations with pastors presented me with a design challenge: create hand crafted art stoles for $75. The stoles will conform to the studio's standard craftsmanship. Techniques will be simplified and limited, but the art will still have my signature look. Emily, my daughter and partner, wants six ready for October 15. I found fabric for all five liturgical … Continue reading Searching for the Way to Create Clerical Stoles for Smaller Budgets