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My ¬†experiments in glue continue. Below are two more in my 3″ x 3″ series. I am also working on a larger scale of 8″ x 8″ and have finished one of 4″ x ¬†6″ (can any one say postcard!). The use of paper has morphed into fabric. Currently the pieces either involve fabric or paper, but not both. This may change in the future for I have some splendid ideas. I also have a few ideas which involve torso scale installations. For now enjoy the two images below.

Seed - 3" x 3" acrylic, fabric, glue

Seed – 3″ x 3″ acrylic, fabric, glue

Toss - 3" x 3" acrylic, fabric, glue

Toss – 3″ x 3″ acrylic, fabric, glue (SOLD)

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Friday, September 7 was the opening reception to my solo show at D’s Soul Full Cafe. It was a steady stream of people and a steady stream of happy art purchasers.

Besides my own marketing, the show was promoted via the FIT’s (Fashion Institute of Technology) blog! So Take a look below at some conceptual environmental art.

The show is up till October 5th, so if you are in the area and perhaps in the mood for some food, stop by. Especially on Sunday’s for the music residency that is in conjunction with my art show. Check out D’s Soul Full Cafe link above for full details.

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Teeny

Been working on my study of color paintings (they have gotten way tiny – some are 2″ x 2″) and incorporating my recycling into them. The images don’t show the texture or additions, but each one (except the large yellow one which was painted with discarded paint). The beauty of this show is that I am getting more excited as it gets closer and am experimenting with everything within arms reach! It also helps that I finally have an art studio outside of my abode : )

Here are some images (a little shoddy, quick cell phone pictures) of paintings and studio when I first moved in – empty, not its current state!).

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