The Art of Horticulture
natural dyed hand spun wool yarn and roving | acorn, avocado, beetroot, black bean, golden rod, indigo, marigold, yellow onion skin, red cabbage
Barbara L. Kuhlman Scholarship Exhibition
to capture the natural female form, “Mother Nature” was created by taking a 365 degree body scan of a live model, then splicing the scan into laser cut foam layers, which were then built together from her feet to the top of her head.
hand dyed wool roving, wet felted stones, and needle felted mushrooms
Fungi-like buttons, moss and fungi-like trims, goose biot feather grass
Following the female form up from the strong-but- soft base to the protective canopy above her head, the audience can appreciate both the strength and fragility of Mother Nature.