The ambience of “my space” lends itself to creating. My interests are so varied, I work best with a theme in mind. For the annual July In A Garden show (in my garden), I create a series of works related to the garden. Over the years I’ve been influenced by the art of Wm. Morris – plant motifs make their way into my watercolours. I’ve recorded the relationships between plants, insects and birds in drawings and paintings – one such relationship was painted on paper I made from an old, mouse chewed (beyond restoration) quilt. This year watercolours, natural fibres, textiles and wire forms merge on and off paper and canvas. Work continues on other series as well – natural and built heritage harmonize in watercolours and watercolour crayon and pencil. Of late, I’ve been combining the latter two on canvas.
4749 Cty. Rd. 2 in Welcome.
Also showing at this location is Terrie MacDonald
We are sorry to report that due to health issues, Terrie MacDonald has had to pull out of the 2016 Northumberland Studio Tour. We wish her the very best!