The rain bows and the rainbows (one day we will switch sides) (oil paint and used hand rags on muslin, 100 x 138 inches, 2018).
Horizons (acrylic paint, 72 by 12 by 10 inches, (2012-2016)
In an effort to make her studio more sustainable, painter Katy Mixon started reusing the paint-stained rags she was throwing away to create colorful quilts, such as The rain bows and the rainbows (one day we will switch sides), which she is sitting on here.
Artist Katy Mixon pieces together her used studio rags stained with oil paint to make colorful quilts that reveal her artistic process.
See Mixon's work next month when she's the visiting artist at Gibbes Museum