Monday, October 31, 2011
Three new pieces are on display at the Racine Art Museum in, "To Wear, Or Not To Wear."
Continuing colorful pattern throughout the museum, RAM Curator of Exhibitions Lena Vigna organized To Wear or Not to Wear, which showcases artist-made garments and objects of adornment that are both wearable and non-wearable. Visitors to the museum will discover a dress constructed of ceiling tin, a collar of airbrushed aluminum, and shoes made of discarded lottery tickets. This exhibition includes the work of emerging and established artists such as Daniel Jocz, Kay Khan, John Petrey, Marjorie Schick and Rebecca Siemering, from various backgrounds including metalsmithing, sculpture, fiber, and commercial photography.
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
This past week, I have been working on a piece for National Grid, using a recycled refrigerator. Several other artists are participating, and they will be on display in Providence in late July. Cannot wait to see what everyone else is doing. I am taking a cue from carnival fortune telling machines and I am adding a spinning wheel with environmental "fortunes" around the edges of a wheel Pictured is the start of it. The colors are from a palette given by National Grid.
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Back in the studio again after a brief absence for my biggest and lifelong project- the birth of my daughter Asha in March. Asha is a Hindi name for "hope, desire or wish." Being pregnant took me offline for awhile, and made my life more interior, so there have not been many posts in the last year. With a few shows coming up in the fall at the Racine Art Museum and the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, I am back at work. With the piece work style I use with the lottery tickets I have been able to continue work at a slower pace, but at least some pace. Look for more posts soon-including updating my web site.