November 10~ Intersectional Touch closed
It was such an amazing journey and I am very proud to have been part of the CP8 cohort.
I learned so much and grew more as an artist then I ever thought possible in such a short amount of time.
I will be forever grateful for everyone that held my hand and hoisted me up on their shoulders so I could see past my limitations. I am thankful for the experiences of community and support.
I sat with the piece a bit Monday before climbing into the lift to the ceiling of the Hyde Park Art Center gallery to release ‘Gesture in Time’ from the cables that it hung from. Watching it gently gather on the floor as the lift was lowered. I felt a sense of gratitude and personal pride of the big steps I took as I moved forward through the program…. I also felt relief that the paper quilt was resilient and hung for the duration of the show without causality.
The quilt is back in the studio and I am glad to be able to look at it everyday and it reminds me of wonderful days and makes me smile.
The quilt will be installed again in the future.
The place has not been confirmed… but I will keep you posted.
Gesture In Time
Paper, thread and hair
181 in x 109 in