Wim and I both write—for a living and for the joy of it. From time to time I go nonverbal, back to my roots in visual art. These works spring from their own stories and communicate their own messages only partly expressible in words.
This recently finished fiber piece, now called Streambed, is an appreciation of a natural world full of life even when it may seem most arid and still.
Living in the country long ago, I learned that a forest is as much intervals as trees, nature is as much life force as forms, and in empty spaces a subtle energy comes into being.
Beautiful! I love your fiber art. They say so much.
Struck by this sentence, “nature is as much life force as forms, and in empty spaces a subtle energy comes into being.” Expressive and provocative…makes me look at the world outside my window differently. Gracias.
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