I hope you are well and enjoying the invigorating fall colors! I don’t know about you, but for me, it seems time has sped up – what used to be months now seems like hours and summers gone.
The Ballard Road Art Studio will be open Sundays from 11 am to 5 pm or by appointment for the Holiday Season until Christmas.
I have been working on many new ideas and theories from different material perspectives. Some of the upcoming work will uncover answers to questions I am currently kicking around. 1. how personal narrative reflects in our daily choices or lack thereof, 2. I’m investigating perceptions and energies that surround perceptions, 3. I’m still working on the Joy series, 4. Finishing three major commissions, 5. I have continued investigating or exploring the actual or imagined stories that animate seemingly ordinary objects and their silent impact on the world around them.
And if there’s ever a moment I can always work on collecting and organizing materials.
With all that said I am having difficulty with time somehow I used to read for 4 hours in the morning and now it seems I can’t get through one article. So I’m trying to reorient myself but left questioning if you feel the same way.
The Sculpture Piece no. 710_ “Harmony” is currently displayed at the Show Called “Lilt” in the Noyes Museum< in Hammond NJ.
A big thank you goes outeveryone at Noyes Museum for the fantastic show and to Jurors TK Smith and Brittany Webb who chose work that they felt reflected creative responses to the word “lilt.”
Ticonderoga Arts Show
To find out more about the background of Katchina Tribe work click on the link.
There’s a lot more to show but for now I must say goodbye and hope to see you at the open gallery weekends where we can chart it up and sling ideas. – Thanks for coming bye