My art often focuses on patterns and repetition as related to paths followed through life, which mimics repetitions and cycles found in the blooms of a flower. I hope to paint works whose shapes, colors, and textures attract from afar then drawing the viewer near for a richer experience with intricate details, no matter the style.
Palestine in Color is a textile-stained glass inspired design depicting the rich heritage of Palestine. Each section is symbolic in meaning, from left to right: community, growth, architecture, industry, and landscape.
The mural was created by local artist, Deanna Pickett Frye, to allow for a community paint day. Over 70 community members participated!
January/February featured artist, Deanna Pickett Frye at the Gallery Redlands.