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This continues the growing series of dual paintings cut and reassembled by weaving the parts, unpredictably exciting.
In what became a rather abstract piece, two completed painting were put to the knife and sliced in opposite directions and then woven together in a random pattern. The result was fun and unpredictable.
This watercolor on yupo depicts what the Cherokee called the wild apricot. They used the fruit for a food source. They were in such abundance near our Tennessee home that the Cherokee referred to the area as Ocoee, which means “land of the wild apricot.”
2018 and a beautiful winter blue moon. This woven watercolor hints at the chill in the air as the blue moon comes to coolness.