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Dana Falconberry Chainstich Desert Patch Agave


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Chainstich patches: Agave, Octotillo or Sotol
Approximately 6″ h
Approximately 2-3″ w

From Dana:
These patches are meant to be little celebrations of desert life. Each time I travel to West Texas, I find myself enamored with different plants. This spring it was the magical Sotol, Agave, and Ocotillo. I hoped to capture the dusty and mystical West Texas palette in these patches, as well as the looming presence of the sun and moon over the stark and beautiful landscape.

About Dana:
Dana Falconberry is an artist and musician living in Northern Michigan and West Texas. She grew up dancing classical ballet and modern dance in Dearborn, MI before attending Hendrix College in Arkansas. In college she studied songwriting, which prompted her move to Austin in 2005. After touring, recording, and leading a band for over a decade, she now finds herself focused on visual art. She worked for 6 years as a lead stitcher/designer at Fort Lonesome, a custom chainstitch embroidery company based in Austin. She is now focusing on her own art including wall hangings incorporating painting and chainstitching. Her work draws on the natural world, sometimes including supernatural elements to point at the many facets of this world we as humans have yet to understand, and aims to connect the viewer to the land around them.

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Desert Plant

Agave, Ocotillo, Sotol

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