Category: Art and Dance

Bigger and Smaller

Nick Cave’s Soundsuits are fantastic collages on (often) formed and (sometimes) moveable cavases. His work inspires me to embrace my own imaginings. I wanted a wearable plant suit. I have some great pieces of bark, like this piece on the … Continue reading

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Collaging, Beading and Sewing

The past weeks I’ve been working with embroidery floss, gemstones and plant material on archival mat board. Experimenting with layering materials alongside plant material created new light and new views. I love the texture, color, contrast and richness the mix … Continue reading

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A Better Block

In October (2012) a group of innovative minds in Kansas City decided to create an ideal city block. They got the idea from Jason Roberts, who gave a TEDx talk in early 2012 on the subject.

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Art | Dance with U.M.K.C. at the Plaza Art Fair

My collaboration with U.M.K.C.’s Her Art Project at the Plaza Art Fair was designed to explore sharing plant art and dance with as many people as possible. I was excited for the opportunity to be in such a highly traffic-ed  area. It … Continue reading

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Money Experiment at the Maker Faire

It’s not easy selling something I love for $14. The 5″ x 7″ art cards I create and sell for under $15 are carefully crafted on conservation quality materials and always seem like such a perfect piece of natural beauty. … Continue reading

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