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Knitscape Standoff, 2009, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, USA, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The Knitscape series of prints was created in conjunction with the Knitscape-Cedar Lee installation during which nearly 200 parking meters were covered in crocheted cozies. The project was sponsored by Heights Arts.

Knitscape Sentinels, 2009, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, USA, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The Knitscape series of prints was created in conjunction with the Knitscape-Cedar Lee installation during which nearly 200 parking meters were covered in crocheted cozies. The project was sponsored by Heights Arts.

Knitscape Standoff, 2009, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, USA, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The Knitscape series of prints was created in conjunction with the Knitscape-Cedar Lee installation during which nearly 200 parking meters were covered in crocheted cozies. The project was sponsored by Heights Arts.

Knitscape Sentinels, 2009, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, USA, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The Knitscape series of prints was created in conjunction with the Knitscape-Cedar Lee installation during which nearly 200 parking meters were covered in crocheted cozies. The project was sponsored by Heights Arts.

Knitscape Sentinel, 2009, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, USA, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The Knitscape series of prints was created in conjunction with the Knitscape-Cedar Lee installation during which nearly 200 parking meters were covered in crocheted cozies. The project was sponsored by Heights Arts.

Knitscape Sentinel, 2009, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, USA, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The Knitscape series of prints was created in conjunction with the Knitscape-Cedar Lee installation during which nearly 200 parking meters were covered in crocheted cozies. The project was sponsored by Heights Arts.

Cellular Series I, 2009, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The Cellular Series documents an alternate universe filled with fanciful creatures created from bits and pieces of cells, muscles, bones and body parts.

Aspen Eyes 11, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Finger Puppet, 2011, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The Finger Puppet Series contain images of playful "finger puppets" created from bits and pieces of cells, muscles, bones and body parts.