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Still Life with Flowers and Fringe, 29.5 x 29.5 inches, Coreopsis
printed on linen fabrics, stitched with hand-dyed cotton thread.
Grevillea (from the Grid series), 20 x 20 inches, Grevillea printed
on paper, various painted and distressed papers, coins, jewelry
various lanterns displayed at the annual Cameron Art Museum
Illumination Exhibit. Yeomans’ project for the 2022 exhibit
involves knitted fabric that fittingly forms the shape of a leaf.
As she learns and perfects her craft, she’s discovering her
footing as both an eco-printer and fiber artist. Even as future
works involve household items or strips of wallpaper, first and
foremost nature and her interpretation of its beauty take prece-dence.
“As a child, I was encouraged to play outside and roam free.
I was an avid collector of rocks, leaves and marbles,” she says.
“When I look back at my life now, that’s exactly what
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No Place Like Home by Janice Castiglione, 16 x 20 inches, watercolor on Yupo paper.
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“Depths of the Sea”
Fluid acrylic triptych
Three panels, 36 inches high
by 12 inches wide each.
For Sale By Owner
Dominican/Haitian art, by Lionel, circa late 1980s.
Acrylic on canvas, expertly framed.
25 inches tall by 21 inches wide.
Can be inspected by appointment only,
Contact: Pat Bradford 910-367-1137 or 910-256-5830
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