"My artistic style has evolved over the last 30 years from pre-printed, simple primitive designs into a realistic, Neo-Impressionist form of Divisionism. Sometimes mistakenly referred to as Pointisllism, Divisionism utilizes small individual points and patches of color to create the subject, its highlights, and detail. Shadow and light are integrated within the piece by employing Modernist techniques of light and dark. Georges Seurat and Paul Signac together championed the union of pointillism and divisionism. Using my vast knowledge of color theory and fiber dyeing, I am able to create an individual palette specifically to match the attitude I assign to my piece. I have trademarked the phrase, Painting With Wool, as it is novel in this art form and defines my body of work."
Heidi Martin