These are pictures by Al Wong of me “disappearing” into my artwork. The light reflective quality of the fabric combined with my own shadow give me the sensation of both being present and invisible. Much of my work explores this duality.
“Solstice”, (3 of 5) Color Photograph, 16″ x 20″, 2017
“Solstice”, (1 of 5) Color Photograph, 16″ x 20″, 2017
I am happy to announce that 3 photographs from my recent “Solstice” series have been included in the group exhibition “Not Just Drawing; A Line With Intent” at ARC Gallery in Chicago from February 28, 2018-March 24, 2018. http://www.arcgallery.org/
I am pleased to announce that I have fully updated my web content to reflect my most recent work, updated artist’s statement, videos about my work and more. Thanks for taking a quick look at https://hollywongart.com/
I am happy to share that two of my photographs will be included in the the exhibit “Art Speaks! Lend Your Voice” at the Arena 1 Gallery in Santa Monica, CA. This exhibit was organized by the Women’s Caucus for the Arts, a wonderful organization to consider for artists identifying as women seeking opportunities for exhibition and fellowship. To learn more, visit their site at http://www.nationalwca.org/
While working on my installation “Mind/Mountain,” my husband artist Al Wong really captured the energy of how I felt with his video camera. I especially enjoy the way he “burrowed” through the work to capture multiple angles and impressions. It is nearing completion and measures 13’W x 9’D x 6.5’H.
I find that early mornings are my best time to focus on my artwork. These are pictures of my work table with my many colored bobbins and spools of thread spread out. On my Singer 1968 model sewing machine, I am piecing together tulle segments for my next installation. The quiet of the early morning is a great time.