Just found out today that one of my photos made it into the 200 Yards exhibition at Rare Device! The opening reception is on my birthday, June 1st, which makes it doubly exciting. I took a ton of photos and whittled it down to five submissions. I won’t spoil the surprise by showing the photo I’m exhibiting just yet, but here are the other four I really liked that didn’t make the cut:
Through the corner windows of Rare Device
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Commissioned by the Society for Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh, PA for their exhibition titled, “DIY: a Revolution in Handicrafts.”
Originally set up at the SCC’s “EAT Space” (now traveling with the exhibition), the installation includes a deli case filled with five handmade, soft sculpture meat trays, four large soft sculpture meats to be hung from the ceiling behind the deli case (pictured here on shelf), a life-sized meat locker drawing, and a “menu.”
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A few months ago the Society of Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh commissioned a Sweet Meats installation for their EAT Space gallery. One of the things they wanted was a life-size drawing of the inside of a meat locker. The wonderful women of Avedano’s butcher shop let me take some photos inside their meat locker, and I drafted up this 18” x 24” image.
I had to make this image 16 times larger to be life sized, so I placed a roll … Read more »
Just found out about two great exhibition opportunities at The LAB gallery here in San Francisco. You don’t have to be local to the Bay Area to exhibit in either show and one of them is a guaranteed “in,” so if you want to beef up the old CV this season read on!
Acrylic felt and polyester fiberfill stuffing made from post-consumer recycled plastic, polyester thread, wool needlepoint yarn, inkjet print on cardstock. Measures approx. 13” x 8” x 5”.
“Cash Cow” was created for the Plush You! show at Munky King gallery in Los Angeles. It uses research I completed on the hidden costs of factory farming for the “Stuffed Full“ installation at the Society for … Read more »