All works are 100 x 100 cm.
Alle the work in this serie is 100 x 100 cm.
Double Take 2014 A whimsical composition in which two disparate images merge to allude to the passing of time. A snapshot of some unknown children found in a family album.
The Unknown Statistic 2014 They stood in the doorway and watched. He whistled as he walked away. The tune still hangs in the air. He didn’t look back and they
Artist Statement Sue Stone makes work about what she knows and how it has affected her. Her work is mainly figurative, often regionalist, and usually has a partial narrative. Her inspiration,
La Fille de l’Ete L’Offrande 130 x 75 The viewers imagination is important in this piece, as there are many interpretations: Who is behind the gate? Who is in and
Les Liens Profonds 137 x 105 The family is growing, and the story continues, and there will be a new generation” This work links the past, the present, and the
Fleur de Soufre 90 x 55 x 10 Fleur de Soufre (sulphur flower) is connected to vulcanology: H2S, hydrogen sulphide rising from the depth of volcanoes is oxidized at the
Genevieve Attinger Out of Eden 138cms x 120 cms This is the last quilt in a series of 3, interpreting the Adam and Eve story. Real life is not a
Temptation 128cms x 120cms This is the second quilt in the series of 3, and is an interpretation of the Adam and Eve story. It is about temptation and whether
Genevieve Attinger Eden 1 123cms x 128cms Creation is not a spontaneous act, it needs reflection. When I began the Eden series, I wondered how to translate future treason,
Elizabeth Siddal. 2014. 24″ x 18″. Image transfer on fabric, artificial flowers collected from cemetery dumpsters, beads. Hand and free-motion machine embroidery. Statement: Elizabeth Siddal, (July 25, 1829 – Feb.
Bundles Of … . 2013. 17″ x 19″ x 21″. Vintage doll cradle, homemade pillows, tied scrolls from scraps of household linens and lace. Statement: Tiny scrolls of tied
The Canopy. 2012. 12′ x 10′ x 18′. Vintage doilies and lace. Statement: A canopy bed is an iconic symbol from fairy-tales, dreams, childhood, romance novels, historical interiors, and
Lift and Tuck Susan Lenz Fibers: Vintage table runners, bra and girdle; recycled acrylic felt; mat board with collage; wool yarn and sewing thread. 44” x 20” December 2012
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