Rainbow Daisies Sing a Psychedelic Song Beneath the Sun (Ode to the Beatles and my first best painting freshman year at SLC)

2018, papers, photographs, stamps, ink, felt, hobby grass, money, beads. beads. ink, pencil, string, thread, fabrics, acorn, holes, protrusions, coffee, hobby rocks, maps, stamps, 31 x 114 inches.

“Swaying daisies sing a lazy song beneath the sun.” – The Beatles

After I had my first baby, the only way I could make art was to put him on my boob. He would stay there suckling and sleeping for hours while I cut out lots and lots of flowers. For years these have festered in a box. My dots, too, which I have punched out from lots of important papers, wait to be reborn. It has taken me years of diligence to put all the dots inside the daisies.  Slowly, I have collected spring flowers and foliage. After 13 years, this artwork is finally completed. It is a spring rainbow of flowers blowing breezily in the wind. It is about patience: for making, for life, for joy, for fulfillment, or just for spring to come.

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