I would love it if you could join me at the opening of my solo exhibit tonight at Galatea Fine Art in Boston. The opening reception is from 6-8 at 460B Harrison Avenue. There will be lots of great art, conversation, and refreshments. See you there!
This is an installation piece for my show Labyrinthine Earth. It is comprised of 6″x6″ blocks that are 1 inch deep. The sides are covered with the same beautiful papers as the pieces themselves. I am calling it Big Bang. I hope you can join my at the opening for my exhibit on June 7th at Galatea Gallery! The show will be on display from June 5 – June 30.
The artwork for my solo show in June is complete. I am sooooo excited. I love the colors. This picture, of course, does not do the work justice. It’s the best shot I could manage with them all arranged on the floor. If you want to see the full effect you will need to come to Galatea Fine Art and check them out in person. The opening reception is June 7th from 6-8. The address for the gallery is 460b Harrison Ave, Boston, 02118. Come on down, I would LOVE to see you!
This is the latest in my new series. Where the others were 18×18, this is a small one that is 12×12. At some point I will have to take a picture of one of these at an angle. These are done on cradled gessobord and the sides are papered as well. That gives them a really nice look when they are hung on the wall. Time to create more papers! Oh, and please excuse the less than stellar picture!
This is the latest addition to my new body of work. This work is so different from the work I have done in the past. However, it has reinvigorated me and I feel it may be my best work yet. It rather reminds me of wood inlay or maybe mosaic. I can’t quite put my finger on it. I have two more pieces laid out and ready to glue down. I just need more time. That’s always the problem, isn’t it?!
These are new papers that I created by applying citrasolv to National Geographic pages. They are sitting in a box because they still smell like an orange grove and are not ready to be allowed in the house. This is day three of airing them out outside. When, oh when will I be able to bring them inside?! It feels good to be starting some new work.