Here is a second painting in a series I’m working on entitled "Resilient Fences”. Resilient Fences 2 measures 24” high x 57” wide and is mixed media on stiffened fabric. Or, it can be rotated and shown vertically as per below. See Resilient ...

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  1. New Work in a Series: Resilient Fences 2
  2. Update: Dates in a Life Project 2019
  3. Update: Dates in a Life Project 2019
  4. New Work in a Progress: Resilient Fences 2
  5. New Work in a Progress: Resilient Fences 2
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New Work in a Series: Resilient Fences 2


Here is a second painting in a series I’m working on entitled "Resilient Fences”. 

Resilient Fences 2 measures 24” high x 57” wide and is mixed media on stiffened fabric. Or, it can be rotated and shown vertically as per below.



See Resilient Fences 1 on my website.

The Resilient Fences Series is created using monoprinted the textures of construction fences, combined with handpainting, handstamping and stitching, on stiffened fabric.

The title is a play on how resilient fences are as they hold up over time in various weather conditions, and how resilient I’ve been after some recent life situations.
     

Update: Dates in a Life Project 2019


The Dates in a Life Project, a year-long painting project documenting the number of steps I walk each day. 

Spring is here and I've upped my walking game now that it's warmer (but not hot!) weather as evidenced in this section for March in my Dates in a Life Project 2019 painting

We also had a short visit to Seattle where we walked a total of 59,540 steps between Saturday, March 30 through Tuesday, April 2 (April is not shown here), which equals 23.5 miles! The weather was BEAUTIFUL, and while we love Seattle's public transportation, it was really nice to walk around the city as much as we did.

Spring also means I'm using the new season background color. It changed from Teal Blue for Winter to Green for Spring. Summer will be Yellow, and Autumn will be Indian Yellow Hue. When Winter starts again in December, I'll change the color back to Teal Blue.

The background color is documenting my daily steps in fractions of 250 steps. As an example, after 2000 steps (which would be the icon with no paint), I'm painting colors to show as close as I can to 2250, 2500, 2750, and then up to 2999, instead of then rounding up to 3000 steps.

Look for updates about April's progress on this painting in early May.
     

Update: Dates in a Life Project 2019


Yay, Spring is here, and that means I changed the season background color in my Dates in a Life Project 2019 painting from Teal Blue to Green. 

The Dates in a Life Project, a year-long painting project documenting the number of steps I walk each day. 

Winter is Teal Blue, Spring is Green, Summer will be Yellow, and Autumn will be Indian Yellow Hue. When Winter starts again in December, I'll change the color back to Teal Blue.

The background color is documenting my daily steps in fractions of 250 steps. As an example, after 2000 steps (which would be the icon with no paint), I'm painting colors to show as close as I can to 2250, 2500, 2750, and then up to 2999, instead of then rounding up to 3000 steps.

Look for updates about March's progress on this painting in early April.
     

New Work in a Progress: Resilient Fences 2


I was able to do some more work on the second painting in my "Resilient Fences” series. All of the colored, and black, stamped shapes are now collaged on the base fabric that’s painted, stitched and stiffened. I’m hoping that over the weekend I can start painting the sections of fabric that have the stamps in them. More photos soon.




     

New Work in a Progress: Resilient Fences 2


I’m working on the next painting in my "Resilient Fences” series, Resilient Fences 2. It’s going to be similar to Resilient Fences 1  but with colored stamped shapes too, not just black. The base fabric is painted, stitched and stiffened. Over the weekend I handstamped the rubber eraser shapes. Next steps are cut the individual shapes out, place them on the base fabric, and then collage them to the fabric. More photos soon.

Below is Resilient Fences 1. Read about it here.


     

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