Carol Bryer Fallert came to my attention in the late 90's when she started her feather studies series. I share her love of color & curves, and appreciated the change in perception of zooming in on a familiar object. Here's the first in that particular series.
But it wasn't until she did a large dancer piece at the same time I was beginning my dancer series that I decided to keep an eye on her. Her work dealt with similar concepts as mine while differing in treatment enough to generate interesting ideas for me.
She not only has an extensive body of work which can be seen at http://www.bryerpatch.com/ but has reached the point in her life/career where she is mentoring the rest of us with her free articles and tutorials.
I'm spending part of this week exploring what she offers at http://www.bryerpatch.com/faq/faq.htm. I appreciate her offerings not only because of her decades of experience creating and teaching but also because this is a wonderful collection of articles relevant to my work in one convenient place.