This one is finished! Acrylic paint, cut paper and map pins. The patterning feels deeply centering for me. It feels like a form of abstract story telling. 3’h x 4’w x 4″d.
I am so happy to be included in the group exhibition “Show Me Your Neon,” celebrating feminism at Gallery 1202 in Gilroy, California. If you are in the area, I have two fiber assemblages in the show and it opens on November 19th. Kudos to Emily McEwan-Upright for launching this new art space for the community with such energy and vision!
#showmeyourneon #gallery1202 #feministart #hollywongart #womenhelpingwomen #fiberart #assemblageart — at Gallery 1202.
So happy to have this piece included in the alumni exhibition “ECHOES: From There to Here” at the Diego Rivera Gallery at @sfaiofficial The opening is Thursday, November 14th at 5:00pm. Hope to see you there! 🌷 (800 Chestnut Street, San Francisco, California)
I have just finished a series of 5 small works on paper this morning which I am calling “Demeter.” Each measures 6″ x 6″ and is a collage of gouache on paper, candle smoke and transparencies mounted on watercolor paper. For me, it is the physical and the spiritual that are starting to occupy the same space. So happy to share these with you!
So thrilled to share that “Calypso 3” has been accepted in the Winter National Juried Exhibition “Winter Solstice” at @marinmoca
The show opens on Saturday, November 16th! 😀
I am so excited that my collage “Passage” has been accepted into the group exhibit “RE: RE: RE: patterns” at @labodega_gallery in Brooklyn, New York. The show will be up from September 6 – September 29th.
This piece is 8″x10″ and is made of paper lace doilies and gouache on paper with clippings from @cutmeupmagazine (I love this publication which has inspired so many artists to experiment with collage! Check it out!)
This is #3 in my “Calypso” series. 19″ x 24″, watercolor and candle smoke on paper with sewn transparencies and iridescent thread on netting. I have been thinking of the Goddess and how beauty can be found when you look into the abyss and finally see yourself looking back.