When the pandemic delayed my artist residency with NOW Friends, Nairobi Kenya, I took measures into my own hands and spend hours scouring the internet looking at images and video of beading, fabric and african art.
This is the result of my self styled homeschooled virtual artist residency.
Cider Six Packs and various single use bottle caps strung and knotted with blue and white polyurethane rope.
After not being able to travel to Masai Mura with NOW Friends in Nairobi Kenya for an artist residency due to Covid, I embraced a homeschool virtual residency approach via Pinterest and Facebook Messenger.
What happened next, pushed my artwork in a new direction…
Come see me during at Art 150’s JCAST HQ, enter on the corner of 1st Street and Provost. Ride the elevator up to the second floor. There is lots to see and do.
I have three emotional baggage carts in Pro Art’s Reversed Engineered in the main gallery. One emotional baggage cart in Art House Production’s Renaissance. In the common area lobby you are invited to make strings of beads of recycled bottle caps and interact with my hair sculpture, All Dressed Up and Nowhere To Go.
I’ll be around the corner in Studio #231, working on Crossroads Jail Net.
There is plenty to see and collect including mini-baggage carts, affordable monoprints and ice dyed & printed tote bags.