Delia Severin is a long-time resident of the Okanogan Valley, having abandoned Southern California for her true home. With a lifelong mission of environmental preservation, Delia turned her keen eye for design and color toward creating fresh symbols of place, using timeless form and meaning.
Cairns of stacked stones traditionally marked a specific place for people moving through empty landscapes. Delia has selected jettisoned household objects to reassemble into new landmarks representing home through age-old media of glass and ceramic.
Her modern Hither & Yon Cairns trigger memory, marking the journey from past to now and beyond.
Delia Severin’s work has been exhibited at Confluence Gallery, Twisp, Main Street Gallery, Omak, and smaller venues throughout the region.
Inquiries about her work always welcome. She can be contacted at her home in Okanogan, WA at 509-422- 4659.