Preliminary sketches. I'm creating a new series, for an upcoming show in mid-March based upon the colors and textures of local grain bins, silos, and elevators. Some of these structures are very old and are made of wood and other interesting materials.
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Well I've been working on my series At the Marsh and somehow this bright and cheerful piece came out of the end of my brush.
It's too cheerful for my current series, which is more somber in tone, so I'm setting it aside to be stitched later. In the meantime I have gobs of stitching to do in anticipation of two solo shows I'm hanging the first week of January.
At the Marsh No.'s 1 & 2 where accepted into Iowa Crafts: 43 at the MacNider in Mason City, Iowa!
The show will be on exhibit from November 3rd, 2017 until January 9th, 2018.