Two Shrimp.  22 of the series “Fossilized.”Shrimp.  21 of the series “Fossilized.”Horsetail.
20 of the series “Fossilized”Fishes.
19 of the series “Fossilized”Flies.
18 of the series “Fossilized”Fish.
17 of the series “Fossilized”Sea Star.
16 of the series “Fossilized”Bryozoan “Rose”.
15 of the series “Fossilized”.Green Graptolite.
12 of the series “Fossilized”Dotted Leaf.
11 of the series “Fossilized”Blue Graptolite.
10 of the series “Fossilized”.Giant Horsetail. 
14 of the series “Fossilized”Moonfish.
13 of the Series "Fossilized."March Flies. 
9 of the Series "Fossilized."Flowers. 
8 of the Series "Fossilized."At Sea TooAt SeaWaning GibbousRed Fossil Fern
1 of the series "Fossilized."Palm Fossil
2 of the series "Fossilized."Fossil Fish Gold
3 of the series "Fossilized."Blue Fossil Fern
4 of the series "Fossilized."Fishes
5 of the series "Fossilized."Fossil Fish
6 of the series "Fossilized."Ammonite
7 of the series "Fossilized."Seaworthy BlueSeaworthySolitudeVinesBranchesOn My Way IIWoodsBeachedIntertwinedBlue and White, After MatisseGrassesProtectionRisingRising BlackReddishGlass MagentaReflectionWhitecapsTreeWinter TreeGoldfinch with PearsBlue MoonLeaf FormAs a Moth to LightWinter NecklaceWinter Necklace BrownPull, Kick, GlideNestBlue NestNestingThicketBlue WillowMorning WillowDriftwoodMagnoliaceousGoldfinch with PearsCape Cod ICape Cod IIStanding WomanSeated WomanThe Nest in Three Stages, for Rita.  1 of the series "Farmstead"In the Same Breath.  2 of the series "Farmstead".Shelter.  3 of the series "Farmstead". When The Stars Fell, for Jeannie.  4 of the series "Farmstead."A Long Road.  5 of the series "Farmstead."Until I Find It.  6 of the series "Farmstead."

I express myself artistically by creating hand-pulled prints, paintings, and drawings. I develop my images through studying and responding to the female form and to the shapes, textures, and forms of organic objects which I have collected over many years.
Land and sea, trees, water, birds’ eggs, nests, shells, sticks, leaves, blossoms, webs, stones, insects, fossils, and bones inspire me to draw, paint, and print. Through studying their unique forms I develop designs and abstractions. My images express personal feelings, beliefs, and relationships metaphorically. The female form and symbols of femininity have an important presence in my art.
I create atmosphere through the use of color and abstracted design. I paint and draw layered imagery in my prints, enhancing the interaction between opaque and transparent forms while juxtaposing simplicity with complication. Camouflage and the metamorphosis of forms intrigue me.

Delia Ware Keefe
Painter, Printmaker, and Book Artist 2019
Two Dog Studio