Artist's Corner

Artist's Corner
Featuring Gail Natzler

In Gail’s own words:

“Micro-Macro” is an assemblage made on a two-foot wide plank of old growth redwood, with turned maple and walnut wood, leather and suede. Though I made the leather and suede pieces, the turned wood pieces were found objects in a wood turning company’s trash bin. The colors of the two-inch thick plank dictated the colors selected. Rust colored suede was used on the heartwood, with tan suede applied to the lighter colored wood along the sides. When finished, this reminded me both of viewing organic tissue through a microscope, as well as an aerial view of a fantasy city of the future: hence the title, “Micro-Macro.”

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Thank you to all folks who have submitted work. Your creations are so precious to us! We are always looking for new talent, so please share your artistry!