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Opening a Book Opens This Weekend

Posted on: Tuesday, March 31, 2009



Opening a Book: Environmental Artists' Books opens this Saturday, April 4th at THE LAND/gallery in Albuquerque, NM. If you will be in the area and have not yet visited THE LAND/an art site's new exhibition space, this a great opportunity to see and support land-based art in New Mexico and beyond. Saturday's opening reception will be from 6pm-9pm. You can read more about upcoming LAND events and projects here.

*Opening a Book artists include:

David Abel
Kathy Bruce
Abigail Doan
Basia Irland
Mary Ellen Long
Alastair Noble
mARK oWEns
Maria Delgado Rooks
Marilyn Stablein
Beata Wehr
Margaret Whiting

Curator: J. A. Lee

Seasonal Shades Preview

Posted on: Wednesday, March 25, 2009





My fiber enviro-book project, Seasonal Shades, is finally ready to travel out west to THE LAND/an art site's gallery in Albuquerque, NM. 'Opening a Book' opens on Saturday, April 4, from 6pm - 9pm. I am still not sure if I will attend the opening, but I am so pleased that my work will be in such good company, regardless.





Global Fabrics Common Threads

Posted on: Thursday, March 05, 2009

(artist image by Brece Honeycutt)

For all of you fiber, fabric, and textile aficionados out there, do not miss the following exhibit, featuring my dear sculptor artist friend, Brece Honeycutt.

Global Fabrics Common Threads
March 6 - April 10, 2009
ISE Foundation
555 Broadway (between Prince & Spring Streets), NY, NY 10012
Tuesday - Saturday, 11am-6pm
212-925-1649

Opening Reception: Friday March 6, 6-8pm
Public Program: Wednesday March 18, 6-8pm
Make Something: A Participatory Artist Demonstration with Brece Honeycutt & Donna Huanca

Artists: Scott Andresen, Andrea Deszo, Donna Huanca, Brece Honeycutt, Yoko Inoue, Nava Lubelski, Darrel Morris, Shinique Smith
Curated by: Jeanne Gerrity & Melissa Levin

Seasonal Shades

Posted on: Monday, March 02, 2009


An enviro-book project (still in progress) for THE LAND/an art site. The soil is from my 2006 artist residency in Mountainair, NM.

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