Today I'm a guest on the blog of textile artist, Roxanne Lessa. Roxanne and I started chatting on-line a few weeks ago about a subject that came up in an on-line group we both belong to. We had been familiar with each other's work prior to this, but until that chat were unaware of our admiration for each other's work. Roxanne works with a wider variety of subject matter than I do, but it is her piece depicting the Amazonia plant that stands out in my mind. We all know about my love of foliage! While I've chosen very monochromatic subjects, she has masterfully dealt with foliage containing many colours. I love the richness of this piece. Be sure to visit her website to see more of her botanicals, landscapes, and other subjects. The piece below was also featured in the book Art Quilt Portfolio: The Natural World. Roxanne lives in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Roxanne also shares another interest with me. She is currently conducting private art coaching. She can help with your creative goals. Many of you remember that I studied with Creativity Coach, Eric Maisel, although I decided not to pursue coaching at this time.
You can read her post about me, and about her private coaching, on her blog.