About this piece:
Poems for those of us who live among the trees, synchronized with their movement, breath and pulse. Grateful for the poets who interpret the language of trees. Grateful for the trees that have made my home. Grateful for the stored sunlight released as heat. Grateful.
cotton, wood, magnet
About the artist(s):
Lives and works in Black Hawk, Colorado, United States
Gail Watson began making art as a BFA candidate in ceramics at the State University of New York at New Paltz. In addition to ceramics, coursework included photography, painting, printmaking, sculpture, woodworking, lapidary and metalsmithing. Gail graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Visual Arts in 1979. After moving to Colorado, a chance meeting with a letterpress printer lead to a grant from the Colorado Council on the Arts to learn the art of printing on a 1887 Pearl platen press.