to Dream. Portrayal
The Plaster of Paris face is faux finished and
mounted on industrial felt.
The surrounding materials are handcrafted felt,
raw, dyed carded wool, silk, threads, ribbons,
and a shell.
Detail and sculptural effects were done with a
Perchance to Dream. Detail.
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how I can create a totally unique, personal
portrayal for you.
What a very special gift!
Hand crafted felt with silk, fabric snippets, and
threads. This soft felted piece shimmers inside
with the light creating the illusion of differing
I seem to be creating many pieces with
'surprises' inside as you look more closely.
This is another work with those thoughts.
Hand crafted felt with threads, fabric, and
manmade fibre. One side has several 'torn'
openings and you have to look through them
and up into the piece to discover more beauty!
Hand crafted felt with needle felted sculptural
detail includes threads, dyed locks, and
manmade fibre. The vessel cover slips over a
glass vase for a very different container for
flowers or all kinds of things!
Other Recent Pieces.
A selection of recent work...
This vessel was molded over a dish. It comprises
dyed silk fibre and art tissue. A votive candle
now has its place casting a magical light through
the translucent fibre.
This face emerged as I worked dyed wool fibre
with a felting needle onto a quarter inch
industrial felt background.
He wanted to fill the whole space!
of the Blue. Felted
I worked this piece on a flight from Vancouver to
Toronto. I needled the background first, and then
began to work the face with no end result in
mind. Obviously an African influence was at
In Honour of Monica and Raymond.
Monica and Raymond's grandaughter
commissioned this quilted wall hanging.
The pictures span from the early 1900's to the
The quilt comprises batik fabrics, machine
embroidered motifs, front and back, and is
A seahorse insisited on being included!
Back of Commemorative Quilt.
A pocket is stitched on the back to keep stories
and a record of who is in the photographs.
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