Studio Deanna with Michelle Zacharias at Independent Tokyo – Summer Art Exhibition

With my friend and fellow Art Byte Critique member, Michelle Zacharias, we are sharing a booth Independent_Tokyo 2022: New steel and copper stitched sculpture works I’ve stitched will be there alongside Michelle’s Anthropocene-inspired dust paintings and circular artworks. This is an art fair with a lot of other artists so please stop by and beContinue reading “Studio Deanna with Michelle Zacharias at Independent Tokyo – Summer Art Exhibition”

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)Continue reading “Installation Day for Contact 2016”

Weather Vessel

Crochet work involves a lot of sitting, which leads to thinking, which inevitably leads to trouble. The deep shattering realization that there are no pink butterflies eventually brought me around to what will I do when I have finished the Butterfly Flight Prep installation piece? This trouble had me creating this multicolored vessel as stepContinue reading “Weather Vessel”