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"How The River Works" 2014 sold


My thread paintings have their source in my relationship with the spirits of nature, in my conversations with all that is depicted in each piece, and my own inner conversations. I find my connection with the natural world to be very lively, informative, and a huge resource. When I am in nature, it is like being with someone. It is a source of guidance, information, delight, and rest. Many of the pieces are storytelling in some way, and deal with an inner question I’m puzzling, but my story in words is not meant to go with them. Instead, I hope for each piece to tell its own story to each viewer and that in doing so, a world may be created, even momentarily, every time someone connects with one of the images. At its best, I hope my work is joyful, open hearted, gently mysterious, and that it embodies the uncertainty and certainty of the world. It is my intention that the pieces reach out to the viewer, making a heart-to-heart connection through color, imagery, and the stories each piece embodies.

A documentary film about my art had its broadcast premiere on Connecticut Public TV.

Due to the virus, Silvermine Galleries in New Canaan, CT is providing ways to explore their "Fiber 2020"
show. PechaKucha is Japanese for "chit chat" and is a format that shows 20 images accompanied by 20
seconds of narrated personal history, explanation or inspiration for each. Here is mine.

Email: missy@missystevens.com

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