My process is spontaneous which leads to an evolution of line, texture and form.
The contrast of fabric against metal led me to an interest in hand-weaving techniques with wire to make jewelry.
I look forward to showing my work in more galleries, and plan to keep creating, always learning and pushing the boundaries of what I can create.
Artists create in many different ways. We took a look inside the studios of some artists who share their inspiration and their work in progress.
Many people are drawn to my mixed media art because of the color and texture, but upon taking a closer look they discover there is much more to see.
The process of batik is an ancient one. The use of beeswax as a resist and dyes for colors was used as far back as ancient Egypt, used on mummies.
When you use gourds, antlers, vines, pine needles and leaves, the final design depends a lot on the shape or strength of the materials.
As for the people who buy my artwork, they are mostly fans and just want to have it to remember a moment of their past.
Making a very great chair that is also comfortable is probably the hardest task for a craftsman.