Installation Day for Contact 2016

Michelle and I have spent the last two days installing our fiber and metal installation piece  called, Invasives, at the Honolulu Museum of Art School.

 
Between the jurors, Michelle and I, we decided the center stairwell in the historic building would be the best area to showcase our abstract knitted kahuli (Hawaiian tree snails) and wire crocheted Philodendron.

 
What a great location! Front and center! Opening night is Thursday starting at 5:00, stop by to see our finished installation.

   
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http://studiodeanna.com Welcome! I’m Deanna, a metals & fiber artist creating sculptures and wall art installations. My work is very tactile, 2D & 3D textiles and often takes organic forms inspired by our natural planet. My international experiences have provided the opportunity to swim in the gorgeous tropical waters around Hawai’i, hiking in the rainforests of Far North Queensland, and the breathtaking beauty in Africa. Utilizing my custom-made steel tools, my favorite pieces to create are large-gauge wire crochet sculptures. My meticulously handcrafted designs will enrich your office, home, and outdoor living spaces. Currently I am dividing my time between the Tokyo Bay Area and Hawai’i and am open for commission art works.