I am participating in the San Francisco Virtual Open Studios this year through ArtSpan! On Wednesday, October 26th from 5pm-7pm PDT, I will be sharing my studio through the online “Boothy” tool where I can chat live over video, share images, techniques and new work with you!
It’s a great way to connect with me if you don’t live in the Bay Area or would like to learn more about my work from the comfort of your home! Registering for this event is free and easy at the link below.
The images above are some works in progress that I will be discussing at my Open Studio event. I have begun to work with transparent fabric and invisible thread, sewing quilt blocks with a modified bojagi (Korean wrapping cloth) seam technique. The surfaces of the fabric become fully reversible, almost like a projector screen.
I have begun to collaborate with my husband Al Wong, an experimental video artist, on projecting moving images onto these sewn screens as shown above. Very excited to share these developments with you!
In addition, I also look forward to sharing my journey of creating “Guardian of the Spirits,” a 22 foot installation at O’Hanlon Center for the Arts this past August. This project was a great learning experience that helped me build upon the ways in which art is a transformational spiritual process. Thanks to Al Wong for taking these photos of me in the studio. Hope you can join my Virtual Open Studio on October 26th!