Friday, April 13, 2012

Silhouette

All afternoon I have been working outside on my Threshold Guardians, (garden stakes and garden art personifying adventure, edges and boundaries), preparing them for primer and paint in colors that compliment the Northwest garden pallet and also reflect the colors I find particularly appealing when I print. 

As the sun was setting and after I had wrapped everything, I was amazed to see the silhouettes that began to appear through the plastic bags that had been slipped over everything to protect the cut steel art from rain and our seasonal Alder pollen.  

Of course I went looking for my camera!

I found the photos wonderfully mysterious.

You can see all of my cut steel Threshold Guardians during the Vashon Island Spring Studio Tour, the first two weekends of May. 

http://vashonislandartstudiotour.com/Spring2012/




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