Friday, May 30, 2008

Inspiration and New Ideas


Inspiration can come from many sources, inner and outer. New ideas about how you are doing current work can pop up anywhere, so I try to carry paper and pen, even on walks or at work. I love to look at art of all kinds, anywhere, in magazines to museums. 
Fiber art is on the cusp of a wave. Some fiber artists are trying to evolve our medium to a new level of perception. That is not to dishonor those who enjoy it on any other level, I have been there. I have done those tiny hand stitches and matched countless points. We learn the rules and then we can break them, and should, to move forward. What does one do who sees visions? Experiment. Break traditions. Expose people to new ways of seeing. It takes time for venues to catch up. Should traditional venues hold new work to old standards? Isn't that like putting new wine in old wine skins. Art, to me, is about moving forward. Creation gives me ideas. My passion is to put them into art. I use my medium, fiber. 

Saturday, May 24, 2008

Interplay: Inward Outward Transference


I will have 5 digital fiber works and 5 Holographic images in this show, which includes a variety of media.
Featuring the works of ten contemporary artists, this exhibit highlights the interrelationships between internal and external form and space, clarity and ambiguity, surface and introspection,
translucent and reflective light, and simple and complex texture.
Jaffrey Civic Center, Cunningham Galleries
40 Main St. Jaffrey, NH 
Show June 6 to July 5, 2008 reception June 6th, 5-7 pm
Exhibition hours Tuesday 10-6
Wednesday- Friday 1-5
Saturday 10-2

Artist Forum



Artist Forum May 28
 Transfer Processes
I will discuss some of the ways I apply photographs to substrates and do a couple demo's.
The Forum is held at the Lincoln Levy Gallery,136 State St. Portsmouth, NH. It's free and open to the general public. time 7-8 pm.

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Bringing the Outside In

It is a thrill and an honor to see my work installed at the LIncoln Levy Gallery in Portsmouth.

I was surprised and delighted at how professional and beautiful it is, to see it all hanging in one place. I had some placement help from Bee and Bill, volunteers at the Gallery and they knew how to hang! Thank you!!
I hope you can get to see it! It comes down on the 25th of May.
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