I get a little twitchy when it snows this hard, but studio time and good news are helping me forget the worst of Snowmageddon 2019.
I’m especially pleased about that last bit. Some pieces in the “Motherland” exhibit will be viewable online only. I think sculpture in general — and assemblage in particular — makes more sense visually when you can see it in person.
You know that Twyla Tharp quote about running away without actually leaving home? Yeah, that was me, holing up in the studio during my kids’ seemingly-endless snow days. The result: a new collage that’s been nudging me for the past couple months.
I was going to call it “A Friend in Me” but I may change the title to “Friendship, Served Blue-Rare.” (More on that in another post.) And despite the slippery roads, I made it through the snow to deliver work to Ghost Gallery for this month’s “Art of Tarot III” exhibit.
Apparently it all worked out in the end, but don’t worry; this hasn’t changed me. I will continue to complain loudly about the snow no matter how much it benefits my art practice.