June 10, 2020

It's so hard to say goodbye! From the very beginning in 2011, when Viewpoints 9 was first conceived, Diane Wright was there. She's been a generous artist contributor, avid cheerleader and constant support.

When we hung our very first show, she was there to help and sho...

September 27, 2019

 The deep rooted grass on the North American Prairies is legendary, as is the fierce wind.

I used a wet on wet painted silk background to represent the ominous stormy skies, and hand stitching to accentuate the movement of the machine quilting.

September 15, 2019

When considering this challenge, I was surprised to encounter the concept of solar wind. I was even more surprised to discover the wind can produce auroras. I read that when the charged particles from the sun collide with oxygen and nitrogen in our upper atmosphere, th...

September 1, 2019

 Details from V9-5: Living Planet

When Viewpoints 9 first started 8 years ago, it would have been hard to imagine where we would be at this point in time. We've considered unique Sources of Inspiration, the Power of 9s, Constants and Variables, words and our Living Plan...

August 29, 2019

August is in the middle of a hot summer in Korea

Summer, which started with the work, finished the work now.....

Summer is going and autumn seems to come.

There is a cool breeze at night.

I worked in the hot summer thinking about the cold wind blowing in the winter.

While w...

August 27, 2019

This was an interesting, if not bewildering, word challenge.  Most of my sensations about wind relate to feelings rather that imagery.  As I read poetry and a couple folktales in an effort to be inspired to create WIND, I shifted to wanting to create an image and story...

August 27, 2019

Wind, at one end of the spectrum, can be a gentle and pleasant breeze. At the other end, it can be furious and destructive. For my piece for this challenge, I chose to interpret the hurricane end.

With climate change and climate crisis being so much in the news and in t...

August 27, 2019

I really enjoyed this challenge. How do you create a visual interpretation of something invisible? 

The word "WIND" brings to mind all sorts of imagery for me. Some of them are scary and destructive, like hurricanes and tornadoes and blustery winter storms.  I decided t...

August 27, 2019

Flowers are scattered by the winds, just like my no-longer-young self. Keeping such a unique gesture and charm, living a happy life, and being happiness and at ease, it is the LOHAS (Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability) generation. 

In the second half of life, I am...

August 27, 2019

Blown Away, detail ©2019, 36" x 24"

Wind was a really interesting and unique theme for V9-5's final challenge and I thank Misik for suggesting it! I had a lot of fleeting ideas, but settled on something that incorporated a chance to put some new/different printing techn...

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