Artificial Light

Artificial Light


Tidwell asks us to consider the art and craft of daily life by knitting her bright and whimsical yarn installation, "Artificial Light," in historic Anderson Park. According to the Redmond Reporter, Tidwell said she uses a "hot color palette" in colors that represent light for the brightly striped sleeves, which have also been called "tree socks" and "tree cozies," to create a "sun" with each tree."The brighter the better," she said.

Tidwell said Artificial Light is a way to bring a bit of color into the community during the drab Northwest winter days.

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Artist: Suzanne Tidwell

Year: 2012

Dimensions: 50 trees

Medium: Yarn

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Anderson Park
7802 168th Ave NE
WA 98052