Artist Information for Sandy Gregg
The inspiration for my work comes from the interaction of color, place and nature. I create fabric with dye and paint and love the unexpected results that frequently occur. I often work on a number of pieces simultaneously (sometimes working in series) because I work intuitively and need time to study the work on the design wall before deciding how to proceed to the next step. I sometimes add text as another layer, which can provide texture and meaning. I look for a balance of light, line, color, space and form.Images scroll down to view all
September Improv 129" x 29"   Photo by Joe Ofria
Going back to my patchwork roots and working with a modern palette and spontaneous piecing techniques.
Discovery 247" w x 43" h   Photo by Joe Ofria
Using images from Ernst Haeckel's drawing, this piece is one of a series exploring a technique using painted silk and non-woven materials.
Channeling Ernst Haeckel #343" w x 43" h   Photo by Joe Ofria
Using imagery found in the drawings of Ernst Haeckel, this piece is one of a series using silk and non-woven materials.
Atmosphere 421" w x 34" h   Photo by Joe Ofria
There is something very serene about looking across the water at the sky, and we need more serenity in our lives at the moment.
Structures #1048" w x 35" h   Photo by Joe Ofria
A compilation of architectural elements found in Ohio but available in many areas were used to experiment with an air pen and textile paint.