I usually paint small cutouts on tracing paper, but I’m trying out wood for the sake of durability. Here are a bunch of chicken wings for a self portrait.
Wire skeletons for a pigeon and a rat, part of my pieces for Away From the Numbers, a group show opening November 1st at Bunnycutlet Gallery in Williamsburg. These are life-sized (based on my memory of how big things are…)
I’m curating a group show that opens September 13th in Williamsburg, I’m starting on a couple new pieces for it now. Here’s the start of a hanging sculpture titled “Revive the Dead.” There’s a good chance I’ll ruin it when I start to paint it, but at least there’s some record of the fact that I went so far as to make quills out of copper wire.
4" long. Aluminum and copper wire, paper, glue.
(That little houseplant is sprouted from a weed I snatched out of the sidewalk during a camping visit to Cold Spring, NY earlier this summer).