art for sale: flutter series

flutter
four 10 x 10 gallery wrapped canvases
dyed, printed, discharged, stitched, foiled

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flutter I
$120.00

flutter II
$120.00

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flutter III
$120.00

flutter IV
$120.00

ten by ten

several series, all in a 10″ x 10″ gallery wrapped format
2012 & 2013

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flutter
dyed, screen printed, stitched, embroidered

 

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kisses and hugs
dyed, screen printed, appliqued, stitched, embroidered

 

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time flies
dyed, screen printed, stitched, embroidered

 

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quartet
dyed, screen printed, stitched, embroidered

signature

Signature Series
acrylic on board
10×10
framed at 14×14

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Prints & Greeting Cards of this series available at Lyric’s ETSY shop

 

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Waltz

 

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Common Time

 

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Cut Time

 

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Half Time

 

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Major Key

 

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Minor Key

 

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Key of F sharp

 

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Key of F major

 

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Three Quarter Time

 

IMG_2377on display in the reading room at the Cameron Village Library

New Work: quartet

While I was working on completion of a much larger piece over the past couple of weeks I also played around with more smaller pieces.

photo 3-2 I’m totally in love with this small format.

quartet1010 x 10 inches is enough room for me to play around, to experiment, to quickly work through a series of ideas.

quartete8Mounting each piece on gallery wrapped canvas gives it presence and presenting them in groups creates a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts.

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I’m not even close to tired of this motif yet.

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Wings and music simply live together in my mind.

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Collages for ONE Fundraiser

I am so honored to have been invited to participate in Virginia Spiegel’s
fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. She is someone who has most certainly made the world a better place and has made it easier for many people to serve in some small way as well.
One Cause – The Fight Against Cancer
One Wednesday – February 16, 2011
One Hundred Collages
FLY: DAUNTLESS

FLY: FEARLESS

FLY: VENTURE
These are three of the collages that I’m donating for the auction.
The other two can be seen here.
They are collaged sheet music and layered paint and screen printing.
Headlong has a little bit of organza thrown in as well.
Each will be mounted onto a 10″ x 8″ sheet of 140lb watercolor paper ready to frame.

Collages for ONE Fundraiser

I am so honored to have been invited to participate in Virginia Spiegel’s
fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. She is someone who has most certainly made the world a better place and has made it easier for many people to serve in some small way as well.
FLY: BRAZEN

One Cause – The Fight Against Cancer
One Wednesday – February 16, 2011
One Hundred Collages
FLY: HEADLONG
These are two of the collages that I’m donating for the auction.
They are collaged sheet music and layered paint and screen printing.
Headlong has a little bit of organza thrown in as well.
Each will be mounted onto a 10″ x 8″ sheet of 140lb watercolor paper ready to frame.

Focal Point – a place for the eye to rest

A client came over to the studio last week to talk about a possible commission. I had work laid out, my portfolio ready, and she had already looked at the gallery on my website. She is a violinist so I was expecting perhaps, to do a piece based on a photograph like this one. This is my daughter, photographed by the very talented Julia Wade:
Instead, the client looked at the fabric laying out on the table that I had just screen printed, and said “can you just quilt this?” Hmmm. I really love this piece but hadn’t considered it complete in and of itself. She chose a section of the fabric that she really liked and we talked about some possible stitching options.
The problem, after cutting out the section she liked, was that there really wasn’t a focal point. No real place to rest the eye. She had nixed a larger black print of a violin and favored a more subtle look. I think I’ve got it figured out now and am excited to begin stitching into it. 

It’s still subtle but now there is something to look at. Somewhere to draw your attention and hold your interest. Let me know what you think about it.
Still two Artist’s Trading Cards left by the way – they go right into the next two orders of my DVD Workshop. Hope you all are enjoying it. As always – I’d love to see any work you do utilizing any of the techniques from the DVD.
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