Give your eyes a rest from your screen time and take a look at Interval Art Show in Yokohama. Wire crochet, minimalist art work inspired by the warm tropical waters around Hawai’i. Thank you to Launch Pad Gallery in Yokohama, I appreciate this opportunity. This will be my first public exhibition in a while and I amContinue reading “Interval Art Show at Launch Pad Gallery in Yokohama”
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.
September brought a fun set of projects and another bit of adventure for me. And my surprising side project is ready for launch day!
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”
Had the opportunity to post more successful macro photography pieces on Saatchi Art to sell. Blue Dancer Series of 3 macro photos has been added to my shop in the New Media Category. Focusing on my #Adobe365Challenge has made each of my goals within the Adobe programs easier to accomplish. My cookbook is being builtContinue reading “Blue Dancer Macro Photography Series”
Thank You ever so much to juror Magdalene Odundo, OBE, one of my wire crochet sculpture pieces has been chosen for Hawaii Craftsmen’s 50th Anniversary Annual Statewide Juried Exhibition! Hand-crocheted from 16gauge and 20gauge copper wire and then powdered coated to add fun, bright color to a spot in one’s home or garden. Bright Turquoise WaterfallContinue reading “Bright Turquoise Waterfall Wire Sculpture has been chosen!”
First full day at Chinatown Artists Lofts and I wake up to bamboo filling a bright alcove space. In Japan, on the first day of business, it is customary to see a new bamboo stalk ready to grow as the business does. Coincidentally it was also World Bamboo Day, an auspicious beginning, I felt. EachContinue reading “Artist-in-Residence at Ark of the Unicorns”