Today’s featured artist is Anne Garwood Roney. Anne uses a variety of interesting materials in her works, and at present focuses on rendering simplified natural forms in textiles.
I find Anne’s choice of medium quite refreshing. Her use of textiles is great for conveying natural scenery such as trees. Flowers and water. In fact, Anne has an entire gallery on her portfolio website devoted to textile artworks that express water.
There’s a great amount of stylistic variation among the works in this gallery - whether she’s creating ultra-simplified waves by rolling the edges of layered sheets of monochromatic fabric, or a horizon on a rainy lake at sunset by placing different colours and textures of fabrics near each other, the artist really understands how to coax different forms out of the fabric. Anne’s winter works express peaceful winter scenes such as birch trees under moon light or fence posts half buried in the snow, using smooth, softly patterned fabrics, felt-pieces and wood.