Playing With Fire II
Playing With Fire II
Leo
Leo
Pretty Birds
Pretty Birds
Playing With Fire II
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Leo
Leo23” x 23” - Nov 2015With much meaning and gratitude this portrait piece was brought to life. A physician and friend was intrigued with my previous work using fabric as an art medium and she asked me to make a portrait of her border collie Leo. He is a beloved family pet who is now in his twilight years. It was my goal to communicate his loyal and gentle spirit in fabric.For me it comes alive when I get the eyes right! 
Pretty Birds
Pretty Birds18 x 36 - 2017A recent commission for a friend's daughter's graduation gift. Her collection of feather friends with her real feather friend Chico, a quaker parrot, in the middle. Some of his vocabulary is reflected in the border. Acrylic paint, fabric, acrylic ink
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