Monday, February 25, 2013
Ode to the wood
Posted by Kathleen Faulkner at 3:18 PM
Labels: 'As for Poets', art, charcoal, drawing, Gary Snyder, oil pastel, painting, poetry, soft pastel, Turtle Island
Saturday, February 9, 2013
Blood is thicker than the mud
|'Family Affair' 16x20" oil and soft pastel, charcoal;|
"All that we did was human,
stupid, easily forgiven,
Not quite right."
Posted by Kathleen Faulkner at 1:13 PM
Labels: art, charcoal, drawing, Gary Snyder, oil pastel, painting, soft pastel, stumps
Saturday, February 2, 2013
a little history
|'Afterlife' 16x20" oil and soft pastel, charcoal; Kathleen Faulkner|
I did some hiking through the woods at Smoke Farm with my good friend, Scott Schuldt. Being the Artist in Residence there, his job was to document the area. He was drawn to the 'Mother' stumps, as he called them. I developed a great appreciation for these stumps.
There are currently ten old growth forests in Washington State.
Posted by Kathleen Faulkner at 12:18 PM
Labels: art, charcoal, forest, oil pastel, old growth, old growth forests, painting, Scott Schuldt, Smoke Farm, soft pastel, stumps
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