Ikat trimmings and other art

Ikat-trimmings

Ikat Trimmings,  Sherri Coffey 😉

A different view of what I’ve been doing. These bits of ikat tape that are trimmed after tying are just thrown on the floor, and since I work barefoot, they have a tendency to get tracked all over the house. Yes, it would be better to drop them in a trash container, but they float to other locations in that process, so why bother?

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Below are some more photos from the Friday night art receptions at the Community Arts Center. There is some wonderful art displayed at the center.  Things that catch my eye are usually whimsical, pieces that I admire the skill involved, unusual materials. or just plain appeal to me for whatever reason. And of course, I could not take pictures of everything!

Sylvester-Potter

Large metal sculpture: Sylvester by Stephan Potter

Stephen Potter

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Menthol-Mood-Lamb

The Menthol Mood by Nancy Lamb

Nancy Lamb

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Geo-Bise

Geo, watercolor, Megan Bise

Megan Bise

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Shape-Shifting-Low

Shape Shifting by Rebecca Low

Rebecca Low

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I wish my photo could capture the color better in Linear Meditation, below. Within the circles are bits of blue around the inside edges. There’s a much better picture on her website.

Linear-Meditation-Friedman

Linear Meditation, acrylic, graphite powder hand-applied, oil lines, Jan Ayers Friedman

Jan Ayers Friedman

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Resurgence-Hyun

Resurgence, oak and aluminum, Joe Hyun

Joe Hyun-I can’t find a web presence for this artist. CAC website on TAC exhibition

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The picture below is watercolor, a medium that I wish I could use. I am amazed at the tiny lines in the piece that are created with watercolor.

Karen Ferrer and info here

So, what do you think about this week’s art selection? Is there a favorite? Tell me yours and I’ll tell you mine. 😉

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