A Field of Inspiration

A Field of Inspiration

We feel lucky we get to live in Central Oregon. A quick decision was made to move to Bend over one weekend while visiting from Minneapolis. Neither of us knew anything about the town but after a couple of days of looking around, it was decided we’d move. Most of...
What Comes to Pass

What Comes to Pass

It’s December already, and we have to admit, we’re caught a bit off guard. If it hadn’t been for the abrupt weather change, we’d think we’d still have some warm summer months to enjoy. We spend so much time in our studio it’s easy to pass a number of days...
Red Vase and Chair

Red Vase and Chair

When the fall weather settles in and the light fades in the afternoon, it seems we like to turn our gaze to the interior and still life. Often times, this means a study of a favorite room, or objects from our studio. In this case, the featured object in this piece is...
Deschutes Brewery Jubelale Label

Deschutes Brewery Jubelale Label

Last winter, we received an unexpected phone call from Deschutes Brewery. They asked if we’d be interested in creating the art for this year’s Jubelale label. We felt honored, and did not hesitate to say yes. (The Jubelale is a seasonal winter ale that has...
A Portrait In Fiber

A Portrait In Fiber

Above: Lubbesmeyer, Woman Sitting In Red Chair, Fiber painting, 24 x 30″, 2014 Woman Sitting In Red Chair Like all our compositions, our process of taking turns building over each other’s work played out in a very dynamic and unexpected way. The building...
Cathedral

Cathedral

A year into our work in fiber, I was living in St. Paul, and Lori in Minneapolis, MN (known as the “Twin Cities” as it were). This cathedral stood down the block from my little studio apartment. Being an architecture buff, I admired it several times a day,...

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