I am a northwest global-hearted artist exploring subtle relationships through fine art papier mâché sculpture ranging in size from six inches to six feet, often enhanced with my own poetic story writing. My sculptures are one-of-a-kind, labor-intensive creations. I feel. I think. I write. I dream. I crave expression beyond my abilities. I tear paper. I wad it up. I tape it. I soak it. I wring it. I wrestle with it. I curse it. I coax it. I layer it. I smooth it. I add to it. I take from it. I contemplate it, along with life and myself. I discover and release the stories, the poetry, the horror, the hope. We are shape shifters, the words, dreams, thoughts, paper, life and I. We are recyclable, manipulable, transformable, destructible, salvageable. Something emerges. Something disappears. Layer upon layer. It is papier mâché in its finest form. It is perfect imperfection. It is art. It is survival. Through this ancient medium my soul strives to explore and honor the subtle connections with all life.
The Spokane Art School carries a variety of fine art from local artists. See something you like? Call us for curbside pickup. 509-325-1500, Fridays and Saturdays 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
1.75″ x 2.25″ approx.
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