My latest collaboration with Anthropologie unites my love of painting with my love of fabric in these three whispy Field and Forest scarves. I had the idea of using these symbols of birds, butterflies, buttons and fruit along with colorful pattern to allude to a modern-day totem pole, telling the story of your own personal journey, while wrapped around your neck.
In this Swan and Bird scarf, the black swan swoops its long neck around a tulip and ducks a sailboat and anchor, while opposing the flight of a bluebird flying through a floral sky, in a tale of adventures at sea.
This scarf features the male and female Diana Fritillary butterflies in a mirror composition with pattern and leaves, as a sort of love story in flight.
Here, it is the green and black Honeycreepers who flit about amid floral flares, blue buttons and ripe persimmons to tell the story of nectar givers and takers.