Introducing my Portfolio

There are separate pages in my portfolio to organize the textile art in series. I will outline that here and give a brief overview. Click for artist’s statement.

  • Original Art and How to Buy. This page has information on ordering, how I frame my art and shipping.
  • Landscapes. There are only a couple works on this page and they are new to the series. At the moment, landscapes are the focus of my work.
  • Birds. This page has the “Bird Gallery” where you view many bird paintings.
  • Southwest & Mountains. This page contains a few of the SOLD southwest series paintings. I’m leaving the page intact for future additions to this series.
  • Floral Threads. Last season was “Wildflower Series” season. Many of my flowers are in new homes with only a couple now available.
  • Feather Images. The gallery on this page only has a couple paintings left from the 2019 winter season. This shows the new 5×10 inch frame for the Fish & Feathers Series for last year. These are the only pieces that are framed without glass. The background is not paint. It is hand dyed.
  • Sold Textile Art. Obviously, this is a gallery showing some of my past works.

If you wish to read further, I will explain the how and why of the reproduction prints that I make from the textile art.

 

 

Printed paper images of textile art

I will create reproductions from a select number of my textile pieces. Usually, these will be in an 8×10 size in white mats for an 11×14 standard frame. I sell them with the mats but without the frames. Shipping on prints is included for addresses in continental USA.

I personally create all of the reproductions. Using my light room equipment I create digital images to capture as much depth as I can.

Night Eagle Feather 8x10 thread painting on black canvas

Night Eagle Feather 8×10 thread painting on black canvas

My inkjet printer is a Canon Pro-100. It uses quality, high resolution and long lasting ink. I use Red River Paper Canvas to print on and seal the reproductions with a special inkjet spray to extend the ink life. Crescent acid-free mats protectively sandwich the printouts.  I slip them into a cellophane envelope, number and sign them before shipping in a flat  ridged envelope. 

You will find these prints look very realistic, given the texture of the paper and sharpness of the image. With normal eyesight, they almost look like the real thing if they are not behind glass.

Visit my shop to see the selection of 5×7 and 8×10 size prints available.

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