Twins Journal about art, life and being twins.

Twin Imaginations Ride the Range

Twin Imaginations Ride the Range

When we were young we spent a lot of time outdoors. We often heard our Mom’s order, “Go outside if you’re bored!” With our parents’ love and trust of the outdoors we were allowed to roam the open spaces surrounding our home from sunrise to sunset. We spent countless...

17 Years of Making Slow Art

17 Years of Making Slow Art

This month marks the 17th year of our collaboration! So we can’t help but reflect on some of the changes we’ve experienced over those years. In 1999, the world still felt large and the pace of life seemed slower. Computers were in use, but mainly for creating...

“Why the Sky?” A guest asked

“Why the Sky?” A guest asked

Recently, a guest in our gallery asked, "Why the sky?"  It felt like a big question to answer in just a few words, so we found ourselves thinking about it long after she left. Since we had never asked each other that question, we were curious to know how each would...

Settling In For The Winter

Settling In For The Winter

  Last month we described the harvest season and how it caused us to reflect on the passing of the year. Now that "Crimson" is finished, we're able to unveil the beginning of two different series we've been working on. The still lifes as well as some small...

The Paint Can of Thanks: Feeling Grateful

The Paint Can of Thanks: Feeling Grateful

At this very moment, we're working on the last layer of fabric on a still life. It happens to be of two crimson colored Anjou pears. Over the weeks of its creation, we've thought a lot about the pear and how it arrives at the end of autumn, bringing a beautiful and...

Stitching A Change of Seasons

Stitching A Change of Seasons

We’ve often mentioned how we work, enjoying the spontaneous progression of our compositions, watching the imagery appear like a photo being developed in a darkroom. We’ve also reflected on how in the fall we’re especially sensitive to the mood and colors of the...

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