There’s a new show up at the Say What? Gallery! It’s based on this Ralph Waldo Emerson’s quote: “Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and leave a trail” These are the two new works that I hinted at in the last
After the installation of my knit maze at Say What? Gallery, I realized that I had a large picnic basket still packed full of unraveled sweaters and yarn scraps. By the next morning, I had tied most of the yarn bits together and rolled them into a ball and started
“We Should Have Just Let Go” is back up! It’s currently installed in the Say What? Gallery in Tannersville, NY. The opening was last night, and the current show, We Live in A Rainbow of Chaos, will be up through May 12th.
Yesterday, I was back in Tannersville, NY to install the great knit maze. Stay tuned for more progress shots. Update: The show is now up! See more pictures of “We Should Have Just Let Go”
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