The first is a piece by David Bates, a Dallas painter.
|Blue Bouquet, 15"w x 20"h|
|Rain on the River, 15"w x 20"h|
As an abstract artist, I wasn't sure what to do with this piece. And then I decided to make an abstracted, semi-sort-of-cubist, horse. Slashing it a few times with the rotary cutter helped immensely. So if you look closely at my piece, very closely, and use a great deal of imagination, you can sort of see a horse. Perhaps if you squint a bit...
|Sort of a Horse, 15" w x 20"h|
This one grew a little beyond the standard challenge size. And, yes, it is composed of tuning fork units. But they are deconstructed.
|"T" With Mondrian, 22"w x 28"h|
I'm linking this post to Nina-Marie's Off the Wall Friday, Friday Fabric Frenzy and Confessions of a Fiber Addict. Go see all the wonderful work there!