Mixed Media Vessels

I Can See Right Through You

I Can See Right Through You…36x28x12

I CAN SEE RIGHT THROUGH YOU is one in a series of mixed media vessels I created for the Off the Wall exhibit at the Capitol Rotunda gallery in Santa Fe. I wove metal zippers on a steel armature to create the wasp nest shape on the left. The right “vessel” is knitted paper yarn cinched up with metal conduit. It was such a pleasure to make this piece that I developed a series….only two more complete on exhibit at this time…but more armatures are waiting in the wings. See all three at the opening reception tomorrow evening from 4-6…from the studio

I Can See Right Through You

About studio18artist

A contemporary artist using canvas and cloth, paint and thread.

4 comments

  1. MimipetersonSilverCity

    I love this new piece.  I am inspired by how you challenge yourself with new directions.  Trying to do the same. All the best to you and Gerry. Love Mimi

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    • Thank you, Mimi. I would love to see what you are doing now. It is so exciting for me to explore new constructed pieces. Fortunately I have a great guy to collaborate with…someone needs to do the armatures…and you know how nice that is. I am going to expand on this series and am so anxious to get started. Sue

  2. Love this !

    Congrats on your show!

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    • Thank you! What a great response. Since this is the first that I have shown them publicly, I am grateful to be there at the opening when they are debuted to gather the reaction to them. I am proud of what I have done in this series. Sue

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