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”
I’m super excited. My first in public show in a while and in beautiful Kyoto, Japan! Three of my unique fiber and copper wire wall art pieces; Moss, Ushidoshi, and Hana are there for Imagination of the Future at Gallery Keifu. I’m in great company with several other members of Art Byte Critique participating alongContinue reading “Art Works at Gallery Keifu During the Kyoto Arts Festival”
Raspberry Lace was an experiment from the beginning. A spool of raspberry-colored anodized copper wire, a crochet hook in 3/0 size, a random skein of perfectly coordinating yarn, and my stitching began.
Like an exhalation, this is such a great idea for an art exhibition at the end of a difficult year. Many of the works on show at Launch Pad Gallery spoke to my fiber and metals preferences, too!
My Contact Zone installation has been completed! Here are a couple of teaser progress photos of my contribution to Contact Hawaii 2018. Opening Reception on Sat, Aug 7 : Gallery opens at 5:30, Reception begins at 6:00 – 9:00 the Honolulu Museum of Art School in the Main Gallery. Upon completion I’ve tagged my AmiNETworkContinue reading “Contact Zone: Ami Network Installation – Progress Report II”