These are pics from my art show in 2006. The show was called ‘excessable’. It about the excess in our society and the accessibility to a lot of stuff we don’t need. (iPhones are NOT included here!) Some of the details:
-All of the photographs are light painted. If you’re not familiar with this process, a camera shutter is opened in total darkness and the images are painted with flashlights that have color gels on them.
-The rug is made from 1296 gift cards.
-The wedding dress is a divorce dress. It has clocks on the front and a disturbing version of wedding vows on the back and all down the train.
I will post that later.I will post the individual images that are not on here.
This wall is my favorite wall. It’s painted a nice Florida shade of pink. It’s a wall in my art room and it’s painted pink because I could paint it pink. I don’t have anyone to tell me I can’t paint it pink.
It’s a random wall, full of frames and pictures from floor to ceiling. Cluttered, some would say. It’s an unfinished are project. We can call it a progressive art project since it will never be complete in this lifetime. Some of the art is mine, some is not. But I like looking at all of it. Some of it changes, some of it will never change. It’s fun to look at. And if you focus on just one piece, you can sometimes get lost in it. Everyone that looks at it sees something different. They look at it. They like it. But they would never do this in their own house.
It’s a good wall.