So, listening to ‘A History of the World in 100 Objects’ inspired me to make my own chess table and pieces. it was a lot of work and a lot of fun! the individual squares are 2.5inches in length, and the table is 20 X 20 inches. the pieces are slip-cast porcelain and individually made.
I hope you like it!
’Possibilities’ strikes again! what a great honor to be in the same room as Louise Nevelston, Joan Miro, and John Chamberlain! big THANK YOU to Heather Weston Bell, Peter Bell, and the wonderful crew at the KY Center. of course it is all about KY GSA! 25yrs! please support this wonderful program by going there.
here is some new forms i have been experimenting with. a closer connection to the body , or at least more organic/bone like forms.
Hope you like it!
Some new shapes i have been working on. lots more on the way!
Had a great time Dec 2011 showing off our awesome studio spaces! Thank you Charlotte Street Foundation!
check out this short video of my installation!
hope you like it.
come support your local artists by getting down to the crossroads district this first Friday of August! (me in particular)
it is a really exciting space and i think my work will look have quite an impact in this gallery
Plenum Space features fresh, new artwork on the First Friday of each month from 6:00 to 10:00 pm.
You can also view the work by appointment. Contact Paula Rose at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kentucky GSA Faculty Exhibition 2011
some of my work as part of a group exhibition by the faculty and staff of the GSA 2011.
June 19th – July 11
what an amazing experience to work with such a close knit group of creative minds! life changing every year!