Cultural Nomads September 2018
Cultural Nomadism 2018
Beatrice Wood was alive and active at the same time I was living in the Ojia Valley, in Ventura County, California. This is relevant because it was only until the year of Beatrice’s passing that I was touched by her amazing life when n 1998, I was awarded the first Beatrice Wood award for work
PoHun: As Above So Below Alas within my soul reside two sisters and each repels the other, one sweeps the dust of ancestral places the other the earth holds in embrace
INSECT BEAUTY Sold Insect Beauty Sold to Californian Art Collector at “Bad”http://artcitygalleryandstudios.com/…/bad-exhibition-value…/ exhibitionhttp://artcitygalleryandstudios.com/ventura/ ‘
My three favorite Mantua are off to the http://anacortesartsfestival.com/ I am so happy because the show was juried by a man who said this: My personal criteria for making informed decisions can be summed up in the following thoughts. The strongest objects pursue an original idea while interpreting older traditions and/or techniques in a fresh way.
Twitta Woo/April Fool An artwork created for a specific show at the Cooper lanza Gallery in Fairhaven, opening April 1st. I will snap a shot at the opening as there are a few more details to add.
“BAD” Insect Beauty is a piece I created for a show at the Cooper lanza Gallery in Fairhaven, WA. in 2015 and it will now be exhibited in Ventura, California on May 19th 2018 at the Art City Studios in a show curated by Sophia Kidd under the name “Bad”. This event will highlight the
I Got fairy Balls I had a horrible time at graduate school because I was under the tutelage of older men who achieved success in the “Conceptual” era. They insisted that I must figure everything out before I started and then follow this to a “T”! I have to say, I did learn many