I used India Ink to draw on transparency. The black silhouette totally transforms the original photos of women in kimono.
#3 inspired by T. Chamoff-Hauptman's fiber art rectangle. A faint image of child behind burned fabric.
Tag #2 inspired by T. Chamoff-Hauptman's burned fabric.
A late start and a huge rush with Christmas cards this year. Luckily I had some beautiful paper to cut up into abstract shapes. A velvety matte red, green marbled paper from Fierenze, shiny white paper and some black seconds.
Over 350 people attended our opening of Dollhouse. This was our first juried show, and my first time administering it through Entrythingy. This automated workflow system saved a lot of time for the applicant, administrator and juror. People had to apply online, upload images online and pay online. Surprisingly we had very few confused artists - 99% managed to get through the entire submission process without a hitch. The work for us began after the artists were notified. We had a tight schedule in accepting delivery, creating a catalog, and setting up the work. Stephen did a fabulous job determining the flow of the artwork in the gallery.
white marker, double-sided tape, scissors, black paint, glue stick