ALLUVION-spine-drawing-of-water-and-florida-by-artist-Elizabeth-Reed

Click the image to enlarge

Alluvion

Alluvion
2007
23 x 30″ with deckled edges 30.5 x 37.5″ framed
Watercolor, gesso, colored pencil and graphite on 300 lb. paper

The word alluvion means to overflow or flood. Alluvion intertwines water images with mementos and a wild nest composition. I have found two nests in my yard lately. My intention is to express the energy of the found objects in nest building through visual archaeology.

Practicing for Nyeopi in Bali

"Art hurts,

art urges voyages,

and it is easier to stay home."

Gwendolyn Brooks

 

 

Join me on the Fine Art Visual Biographies voyage.

Periodic stories of wisdom and inspiration.

Alright! Let's Go! Andiamo!