|Two Ways of Looking at Seaside Goldenrod|
It consists of two images: on the right, a photo, printed on fabric, of a clump of seaside goldenrod overlooking Cape Cod Bay; and on the left, an interpretation of that same scene, this time rendered in felted wool. The felted wool image is the first and only thing I've ever made with that process--I took a class in July 2011 through West Hartford Continuing Education. The felted image and the photo are mounted side by side on a double background: first, a piece of painted quilt batting, which in turn is mounted on a pieced backdrop that suggests sand, sea, and sky.
|Here's the photo of the view that formed the inspiration|
|Here I am loving the view|
|Here I am at the awards reception|
|Actually, two of my pieces were accepted into this show. Here I am with the other piece, Windy Ravine.|