Laura Caron begins her art by painting on felt and then stitching on top of it to add texture and depth. "The stitching gives it life," she says. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Artist Laura Caron is surrounded by her one-of-a-kind art at the 2110 Gallery in Sacramento. Caron, a Dixon resident, uses layered fabrics, paint and hand stitching to create her unusual pieces. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Laura Caron crafted this portrait of President Barack Obama, which she believes captures the "everyman" side of him. The piece, using her unique fabric and stitching style, will soon be on its way to Washington, D.C., thanks to a friend in the Democratic Party with connections to the White House. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
A self-portrait graces the wall of the 2110 Gallery in Sacramento as artist Laura Caron explains her unique style. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo

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