a gift for Kwan

3-D textural felting

Today is my son’s birthday and this piece is a gift that I made for him. It is an abstract piece inspired by his love of trees, the outdoors, and his grounded nature. Some may choose to interpret the white cylindrical components as clouds, but that is up to the viewer.

felted wool tops on sticks to resemble trees, with lichen on oak bark as the border

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“A smile is worth a thousand words, live happy, felt happily”.

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