-My Brightest Diamond
Sunday, November 23, 2014
Thursday, November 20, 2014
It has been a while since I last worked on my 18x24 inch fabric book titled, Farmer Kim and The Feathery Ladies. It will be 15 pages total and now I have 12 complete. I look forward to binding the pages together and presenting the book to the people. :)
Thursday, November 13, 2014
Monday, October 20, 2014
Bubble Pub created by Jenny Hale and Gail Katz-James
My friends, Jami, Aaron, Molly, Betsy, Robin and I visited Reedsburg, Wisconsin earlier this month to see Farm/Art Dtour-a 50 mile drive through Sauk County with temporary art installations, local food vendors, performances and more!
On the way to Reedsburg from Chicago! Betsy and Molly in my glasses. :)
Invasive Species by Isabelle Garbani
View above the corn.
Robin in a Farm Form titled, Listening-The Lost Art created by The Craker and Mittelstaedt familes
Too Much Pig by Brian Sobaski
An animated Robin.
Robin found this mushroom for me! Fungus!!!!!!
We visited Wormfarm and of course I was welcomed into the chickens home.
The Corner Pub. This picture expresses how good the day (and the beer) was.
We camped at Orange Cat Community Farm. Acorn squash at night!
In the morning a chicken got out and she liked being cuddled.
So we cuddled her.
Molly, Betsy and their corn. Waiting for the Amtrak home.
Passing through Milwaukee. A place I hope to visit next!
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Craft night is going strong. I hosted my 4th one yesterday. I shared delicata squash, cider, cinnamon sugar apples, and pumpkin cookies with everyone while we crafted and conversed. It was wonderful!
Thiel, Kim, Annie, Naomi and Hope!
Hope made a chicken!
Kim made hand puppets!
Sarah and Desmond made art with tape, markers and chickens!
I finally made a chicken card for the first time in 6 weeks after being to busy with the show at Delicious.
Fall is here and summer was lovely!
Friday, September 26, 2014
My good friend, Eli from My Life Without Tits interviewed me about my art. It was a really enjoyable answering his questions. Check it out here!
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Life has been very eventful since I got back from Portland, Oregon. Right when I got home I had only a week to make art for a solo show at Delicious (3827 N. Lincoln Ave.), a vegetarian/vegan coffee shop in Chicago. For this show titled, Chicken Thoughts, I was interested in transforming my chicken cards into something much larger with more possibilities and it was really fun to do so.
The work will be up till the end of September. The art is on sale ranging from $10-$45. Send me an email if you are interested in a piece. firstname.lastname@example.org