With a little ingenuity anything is possible…
Yes I can! I am taking a trip down memory lane and remembering how impactful this video was to my inner space nerd.
Watching Auntie Mame every Thanksgiving has been a family tradition since I was a kid. This scene were Mame rally’s Agnes to live her best life, resonates with me today as much as it did when I first watched the film eons ago.
Im still going through boxes unpacking and looking for my weaving tools. In the meantime, I’ve been foraging grasses and yucca leaves around Little Fountain, St. Croix USVI to make a woven grass skirt like these in this video as a sculptural form.
There is much to learn from indigenous cultures from around the globe…
I would never, yet I have to acknowledge the skill that went into creating this hairstyle.
While in town for a talk and workshop at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, I took some time to visit the Andy Warhol Museum, The Mattress Factory and I happened upon RandyLand…
Have a peak
I am using the collective knowledge of all my random interests to create art, including sailing knots….
This is why I adore this woman!
The shopping cart is the ultimate symbol of American consumer culture.
By combining this symbol with found materials that emote blight and decay, I am expressing my disillusionment with the idealized “American Dream” concept in which equality of opportunity is available to any and all Americans.