Betsy's Russian Village
30×40 inches, combined media on paper and plexiglass
This work was named in memory of my dear friend and inspiring artist-musician, Betsy Fulghum. For several years I was fascinated with using reflective material and slightly three dimensional shapes on museum board, with a second layer of plexiglass which I painted on and applied some foil type material. A protective layer of styrene was placed over the two planes. Since each layer decreased the amount of light reaching the first plane, the “ground” had to remain relatively light. Here, I combined Byzantine inspired domed towers with horses, stars, and clouds.
Private collection of Betsy’s daughter, Holly Stephens.
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