Contemporary Fiber Art, Acrylic, Stitchery
Though Margaret Anderson began art study in 1967, it was in the 90’s that she began using silk and cotton rather than canvas as a surface for paint. Her ideas and techniques have evolved to her current contemporary wall hangings which utilize paint on silk and cotton, collage and hand stitching. Margaret approaches her abstract designs intuitively and with a sense of adventure. As she spontaneously builds multiple layers of collage, her ideas gradually become increasingly defined and the final design immerges.