This final post in Inez’s Tribute Blog shares some of her wonderful carvings and her great joy in, at last, owning her own business and competing in national woodcarving shows.
Inez found her passion of working with wood.
Throughout Inez’s life she drew. Here is a selection from over her entire career.
In the 1960’s Inez Explored geometric abstraction with her series on boats.
Inez’s love of nature began as a child and grew through the years. It influenced her artwork throughout her life.
After teaching art for nine years, Inez marries and her career takes a new direction.
October is Family History Month. Here are three easy things you can do this month to begin saving YOUR family history. Just pick 1 to start and see where it takes you! 1. Dedicate a little notebook to use to jot down stories of your life and stories that you heard about your family. WhenContinue reading “It’s October – Family History Month!”
In the mid 1950’s Inez reached age 30, and she left NYC to move back to the Capitaland Region of upstate New York, this time for good. She was employed as a junior high school art teacher in the Troy, NY school district. From the late 1950’s and through the 1960’s, Inez dabbled in theContinue reading “Ceramics and Sculpture Arts”
Inez dabbled in metal and jewelry making in the 1950’s. She was influenced by the new art movement of the times: abstract expressionism.
A years work as a seamstress for a professional theater in NYC taught Inez garment construction and she continued to develop her eye for detail.