We loved being a part of the print exchange. It was so much fun receiving 10 other prints from participants across the globe. Here are some of the prints we love.
If you'd like to see all the entries online, go here.
|picture of today's garden at 3pm|
|scarlet "sparkler" turnips and "pink beauty" radishes|
|red and golden beets|
|tender sweet baby carrots|
|'family portrait' is collection of framed panels. i love how the ugly frames work in this piece.|
|this piece is 'untitled'. it is a stencil collage layered together. there is so much to discover in its many layers.|
|a bit more intentional than many of my other works, 'ed-u-ma-cation' tells a more direct story, but all the layers of pattern and objects give it a context that touches closer to home than if i just put these images on canvas. that tray is meaningful. so is the drawer and the denim jacket with the capitol on it. see this post for more details.|
|the plex in this 'fake plastic dolls' gives depth and dimension to the flat surface. it also acts as that cheap plastic toy packaging. mindy wrote about this painting last year. if you like to read it, find the post here.|
|this piece hangs at Star City Coffee and Ale House in lafayette. it is a single large piece of plex, painted on both sides and illuminated as a light box. the plex allows for a lot of depth using just a few layers.|