My apartment walls are a beige-y pink. It’s kinda pretty and soothing, as long as you don’t try to use them as a background for photographing art. It’s a terrible color for that. In my next apartment, I may just paint one wall white, so I always have a solid
After a mad one-month rush to create new works reflecting the quote “We are symbols and inhabit symbols,” I’m thrilled to announce the gallery opening. Inspired by Japanese boro (patched clothing), folk quilts, and those jeans that I’ll never throw out, I’ve created several works made entirely from worn denim
So the show is over and the flowers are lounging on my couch, like the lazy teenagers they are. This was one of the most positive show experiences I’ve had. I met some amazing and wonderful artists, who readily welcomed me into their space. There is so much creativity and
After a loooong night to finish knitting, I installed Delinquent Flowers this afternoon. I have a few areas to choose from, and instead of the standard drywall studio space, I picked a brick wall with a large indented rectangle. The whole piece is framed by the brick edge and it
It’s official, my Delinquent Flowers will be shown at 8th Annual YoHo Artist Spring Open Studios in Yonkers, NY. The exhibit can be seen on Saturday, May 14th and Sunday, May 15th from 11am-5pm. It’s open to the public and free. Yoho Artist Studios are located at 540-578 Nepperhan Ave., Yonkers,
I’ve been working on a new installation for a possible show next month. It involves knitting, lots of yarn, wire and misbehaving flowers. Want a sneak peak?