Carpenter’s Wheel

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Carpenter’s wheel shows the flowers in Sharon and Randy King’s yard at 7420 Dry Creek Road. Sharon, a retired high school art teacher, serves as our resident art advisor, and used her talent to show zinnias, pansies, and poppies. She included leaves from the periwinkle that covers her lawn with batik-like textures done in green fading to blue. The center is surrounded by 4 plaid square reminiscent of an old plate that she dug up in the yard. This block is an experiment, says Sharon, with metalics and gel pens. If they fade, Sharon intends to paint over the areas with exterior flat paint and seal it. “I’ll never know  if they will work outside till I try it, kind of the artist/carpenter/craftsman attitude of making something new.”

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