Art Gallery

Silk Painting by Debbie Hart



Silk Hoops

(All hoops are 10" diameter unless otherwise noted)

 



Cat Fairy, Black and White
on Purple Background, SOLD



Rainbow Cat



Cat Fairy, Tiger-Striped
on Green Background (8")



Lone Wolf



Tree Animals



Curly Bird

 



Turtle (8")



Patchwork Bird (8")


Raven, Purple, Blue
and Green Background, SOLD


Raven, Purple, Indigo
and Blue Background (8")



Raven, Blue, Turquoise
and Green Background


Ocelot



Cat



Cafe



Grey Squirrel

 


Barred Owl

Commissioned work)



Dragonflies, SOLD


Lizard, SOLD


Red-Shafted Flicker,
Commissioned work




Many-Eyed Plant, SOLD



Butterfly, SOLD



Red Bird (6"), SOLD




Steller's Jay, SOLD



Cafe with Journal



Ocelot Power Shield (3")
(Gift for a friend)

"Charlie Brave Boy"
(Gift for a friend depicting an image
from a dream she had)


The Cauldron
(I Ching Hexagram 50)

Power Shield
(Gift for a friend's 50th birthday)

 

Silk Hoop Power Shields


Sacred Clown Bird, SOLD

A mythical creature whose many colorful
eye-shaped spots symbolize keen
observation. Sacred Clown Bird reminds
us to be conscious, present and alert
in every moment. Sacred Clown Bird's
whimsically multicolored plumage also
remindsus to dare to be our authentic
selves regardless of what others think,
and to cultivate a light-hearted and
joyful attitude, seeking the positive and
humorous aspects in everything
around us, including ourselves.







Raven Power Shield,
Shades of Green (8")













Turkey Vulture









More Silk Hoops and Power Shields:

SOLD

Raven Power Shield,
Purple and Magenta,
SOLD

 



Red-Shouldered Hawk
Power Shield


Raven Power Shield

 


Silk Scarves:


Colorful Birds, 12x60, SOLD


Colorful Cats, 12x60, SOLD



Sun & moon, 9x54, SOLD


Cats, 8x54, SOLD



Spirals, 12x60, SOLD



Lizards, 8x45, SOLD


Celtic Forest, 15x60, SOLD



Lizards, Purple on Brown , 8x45, SOLD

 



Paintings on Stretched Silk:


"Spring River Goddess"

18"x22", fabric paints, gutta, and
acid-free magic markers on silk (crepe de Chine).

Silk is stretched on canvas stretcher bars.
Frame is drawn/painted on.

 


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