Moon, 2013. Graphite on marbled paper. 30” x 22”
I’ve taken a break from paper cutting to do some drawing. And I recently started marbling paper, which is fun and addictive. Here’s the first in my “Progress” series.
I just rounded out my first week here at the Prairie Center of the Arts in Peoria, Illinois. It’s a nice change from Brooklyn, and so great to have space to work. I built a print table and have started a larger version of a textile I designed this summer. I want to finish it within the next few days— I want to start another and also plan out my next stop motion/installation.
Here are some installation pics from my exhibition, Shadow Aspect, now on display at DEMO Project in Springfield Illinois. As an old (converted) house, this space was ideal for my installation. My stop motion was projected on the exterior of the house and the interior held my installation of moving shadows. I’ll post the video, complete with music, later today.
Here’s my interview on the Springfield, Illinois NPR station (WUIS 91.9/wuis.org).
My show is getting close! Time to get all the details in order. Here’s a wolf for the installation. Still solidifying the music and the layout of the gallery…
Tonight is the Brooklyn Animal Action’s yearly fundraiser, Party for Paws. For its silent auction, I created this paper cut of a kitten that some friends of mine adopted this year.
Hand cut paper, 10” x 8.5”