Sandra Gail Teichmann Hillesheim

  • Trolley Trail #69 58" x 38"
  • Trolley Trail #16 30" x 22"
  • Trolley Trail #9 21" x 21"
  • Trolley Trail #14 22" x 22"
  • Trolley Trail #56a 26" x 26"
  • Trolley Trail #7 21" x 21"
  • Trolley Trail #8 21" x 21"
  • Trolley Trail #2 39" X 39"
  • Trolley Trail #17 30" X 22"
  • Trolley Tail #57 12" X 12"
  • Trolley Tail #12 24" X 24"
  • Trolley Trail #61 15" X 15"
  • Trolley Trail #60 15" x 15"
  • Heavy
  • Bucket of Possible Princes
  • Breaking Silence
  • Birthday
  • Green Here, Your Favorite Color
  • I Forgot. Was It Four Geraniums or Four Generations?
  • KC Winter Garden
  • Sericea-Lespedeza, Kansas Noxious Weed
  • Shod Hooves
  • One

Artist Statement

I think I may be trying to challenge my need for systems, traditions, orders, and beliefs that categorize. To help me understand the organic whole and defy the predictable, I try to keep in mind, when writing and when painting, the six intrinsic shapes of nature: the oval, the wave, the meander, the honeycomb, the branch, and the spiral (yes, I know, yet another set of controls . . . but perhaps, if I have these forms in mind when approaching my paper or canvas, I might note and save a complex moment in shadow, passing, or even clarity).

In both writing and painting, my purpose is to take joy in the moment, merge with the medium while knowing each piece holds the past as well as possibility for another beginning.

All an intricate and delicate dance . . .

For more information please see my website: www.sandragailteichmann-hillesheim.com

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