Green Willow Studio
Flora Doehler paints her surroundings in vibrant colours. Larry Knox forms metal and stone to create jewellery and holloware.
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Monthly Archives: January 2011
Rust on linen and photo transfer by Flora Doehler. I’ve been experimenting with dying rusty objects onto fabric. Fabric artist friend of mine, Marilyn Preus, used this technique in one of her beautiful wall–hangings and I had to try it … Continue reading
Edward B. Gordon is a painter living in Berlin. This video is a fascinating glimpse of his studio, his method of working and his love of composition. Check out his daily blog at http://edwardbgordon.blogspot.com/
Charcoal sketch of field patterns. It’s absolutely gorgeous outside right now. There is a thick blanket of snow covering the fields, and the hills. With all the leaves gone it is really easy to see through the trees to the … Continue reading
This is my favorite small painting in my sunflowers series. Sunflowers are so cheerful looking and their energy truly radiates. I knew when we moved here that they would be part of my vegetable garden, but I wasn’t counting on … Continue reading
I don’t know why, but it has taken me over three years to organize myself to offer paintings for sale through an online presence. There are lots of ‘painting a day’ artists who do this and a myriad of virtual … Continue reading