Happy Monday! Here is my weekly “wish list.” Enjoy!
1. Julia Fish: I was first drawn to Julia’s work for her color palette, after browsing her site, I found the structural elements in her work to be attractive as well.
“Threshold, North [spectrum : blue]”
Oil on canvas
2. Lauren DiCioccio: I first came across Lauren’s work on 20×200 and immedietly went to check out her website to view more of her color codification dot drawings where I happily found her 35mm sewnslides. The attention to detail is amazing! Also, I’m just a sucker for anything that has to do with photography paraphernalia.
Hand embroidery on organza and pleather
3. Doug + Mike Starn: This is one item on my “wish list” I will hopefully be able to cross off in the next month or so. “Big Bambú” is currently on exhibit on the Roof Garden at The Met. My brother and I are trying to make plans for a trip down to NYC in October. We just need to make sure we get down there before the 31st AND hope that the weather cooperates so we can view it!
“Big Bambú: You Can’t, You Don’t, and You Won’t Stop”
Fresh-cut bamboo poles and nylon rope
April 27, 2010–October 31, 2010
Well, that’s it for today! Have you seen any of the work above in person? What did you think?
my viewing “wish list” is a weekly post where I share artists’ work I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to see in person! Staring at a computer screen is just not the same.
NOTE: All of the images above were screenshots from the sourced websites. If any artists or galleries would like the images removed please do not hesitate to contact me directly (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I will remove them ASAP. Images are for educational use. Thank you.