As Knits and Prints gears up for the Cherokee Heights Arts Festival this weekend (Saturday, November 10 in Marietta, Georgia), I’ll be posting new work as the week progresses. I completed this new print (edition: 5) right before Halloween. The colors seem to suggest that I’ve bypassed trick or treat season and focused squarely on December’s festivities. Some sort of subliminal message? I’m not certain that that’s the case. But I suppose that that makes for a good story, so if you’d like to read into the work feel free. To me it’s just simple, clean, perfect.
Come visit us at the Cherokee Heights Arts Festival. We’ll have a ton of new work to share and would love to see you.