Nature is a wonderful model for creating art. In this water garden sky, water, and flowers are simply created, but full on texture and color.
Each flower blooms has its own character in nature, and to try to capture it in a stitch is both fun and challenging.
Gardens are a passion for me, and I love to stitch them. This garden of iris, tulip and hyacinths takes me back to memories of a sunny spring day.
Some Gardens call to us to come and look more closer. I enjoy visiting gardens. I feel that I have a special connection to them. They are the source of my expression in art, and my imagine is endless when it comes to creating them.
Inspired by Summer Sunflowers. This piece was created using watercolors on a fabric for its background. The flower centers where free motion drawn and the leaves where applique with the sewing machine, and finally the petals are hand stitched and painted making it a fun whimsical art.
Flower Dancers was inspired as a challenge the quilt guild I attend proposed of creating an art piece with two crayon colors that we randomly choose. My two colors were green and pink, white and black where allowed to be used as well. It was so much fun making it! […]
Inspired by a walk in my neighborhood, where the summer blooms were calling, “Look at me!” This piece has found a new home during the Edwardsville Art Fair 2017.
One of the things I loved about living in states that have wonderful where bulbs blooms is the coming of spring. Each year, all the bulbs pop from the ground in a wonderful array of flowers and colors and some bushes blossom into golden yellow. I truly enjoyed creating this […]