I have been trying to work on my free-motion skills so I used a dryer sheet that I painted for the center of the piece and then stitch flowing lines all across. It is hard for me to keep things simple. I have to work on that too.
Depicting the gathering of women in an old traditional occupation.
This is a statement to empower women. In the white part there is subtle text about abuse to women, covered with the more powerful bold statements of No, Not Anymore
We were challenged to create self portraits. I asked my grandson to draw a picture of me, and this is what he came up with. Flattering, I think.
Depicts the journey of women.
Poses the question, "What if What's Important is What's Not There". Meant to ask the viewer to search for an answer. Not many people get this, and not many people like it, buts its one of my favorites.
A quick piece, an exercise in lines, embellished with beading and stitching.
The stitched lines represent a pathway.
Find yourself in the mirrors, and then think about it.
My abstract idea of the forming of a solar system.