I have been most remiss about posting, because most thoroughly involved in art events.
The opening reception (Friday, March 4) of the exhibit at the Full Circle Gallery, in Warehouse 640, was quite good. It was pouring rain, the space is new and unknown, and we still had a pretty good turn-out. There were four of us exhibiting:
The photo above is the only one I took that is reasonably presentable. The next four in this post are from Vicki — much more in focus and much more attentive to the art itself.
Elaine and Jim Orman are proprietors of Full Circle; Jim is a woodworker who makes furniture, and is branching out into masks and puppets. I thought Vicki got a particularly good photo of this piece of Jim’s.
I showed some serious wire textiles, but also some very silly wired faces (also stitched, and textilish, of course):
And here’s the wall of faces, each having her own personality. I don’t think they were based on me, but then, as Fritz Perls says about dreams, everything that emerges in dreams (as in art) is part of your own psyche. ‘Nuff said about all that, thank you….