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Sara Eberhart has been an art teacher for 16 years and a working artist for 10. Her work can be described as feminine and abstract.
Inspired by nature, materials, and ideas, she uses natural indigo dye to create abstract landscapes and figures in paper, wool, and linen. “Dyeing with indigo is an ancient practice in which you dip your material into a vat of dye, take it out and it is green. Then, it oxidizes and turns blue. Darker hues are accomplished through multiple dips and oxidize patterns.”
"Thunderhead" -- I thought this title accurately portrayed the work in a literal way, but also helped to express the feeling of that impending storm I was going for. Plus, "Thunderhead" is just a cool title.
Helen Frankenthaler. Besides being a woman in the male-dominated art world of the 1950s and 60s, she dreamt up a new, fresh way to apply paint to raw canvas. Her soak stain method has certainly inspired me when I am dipping fabric into a vat of indigo dye.
A potter. I would love to have my hands in clay all day.