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Geranium Gate by Peg Toliver
milkweed burst by Peg Toliver
Summer Poppy by Peg Toliver
Velvet New Oak Leaves by Peg Toliver
Fancy Phlox by Peg Toliver
2019 Nature Calendar by Peg Toliver
Aging Tulips Silk by Peg Toliver
Yoga Tree Pose by Peg Toliver
Butterfly on red zinnia by Peg Toliver
Fuschia Zinnia by Peg Toliver
Snowy Christmas by Peg Toliver
2018 Calendar Thumbprints by Peg Toliver
September Flicker by Peg Toliver
April Rabbit and Columbine by Peg Toliver
January Egret by Peg Toliver
Oak Tree Through Seasons by Peg Toliver
Kathy's Tulip Pair by Peg Toliver
Kathy's Tulips IV by Peg Toliver
Kathy's Tulips III by Peg Toliver
Pella Tulips Yellow Pink by Peg Toliver
Kathy's Tulips by Peg Toliver
Goslings by Peg Toliver
Mexican Sunflower by Peg Toliver
Naked Lady Lilies by Peg Toliver
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About Peg Toliver
Peg Toliver celebrates the natural world in her photographs and fiber art. She believes that aesthetic appreciation of our natural environment leads to personal healing and is essential for preserving wild lands. Using the camera to capture the flora and fauna of locales throughout the U.S., she prints some images straight from the camera to convey fleeting momentary impressions. Other photo captures are altered with digital technology and hand drawing to isolate the motifs which then become designs for prints, handmade books or silk textiles. Constantly experimenting with printing imagery on alternative surfaces, Peg is fascinated with exploring how digital technology can be blended with traditional art techniques.
Peg has a home studio in Eureka, Illinois and has been a resident artist at the Contemporary Art Center in downtown Peoria. She brings to her studio life a background in art history, philosophy and counseling psychology. From 1990-2000, she served as a faculty member in the Art Department at Eureka College where she was Coordinator of the Art Therapy Program, Lecturer in Art History and Curator of the College's Art Collection. Peg also has taught at Illinois Central College, managed the Peoria Art Guild's Gallery Store, and conducted therapeutic art workshops for clients at community social service agencies and wellness centers. In 2000 she established her design business Natural Imprints which aims at connecting people, art and nature.
Since 2007 Peg has been teaching yoga, and finds this holistic practice enhances her approach to studio art. She writes, "Yoga is about a way of seeing, opening up to the present possibilities of our body and mind. It requires that we accept ourselves unconditionally, yet work with our edges to expand beyond our present way of being. Art is about these things also; so the discipline of yoga helps to inform my creative practice as an artist."