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Saturday, September 29, 2018

Indigo Installation, Japan, January 2018

Honored to have been part of this global collaboration that exposes our relationship with cloth during a particular time and place. 



Project led by Rowland Ricketts, Associate Professor at Indiana, Bloomington and Manager of Ricketts Indigo. Installed Tokushima, Japan. 









Studio C Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, February 2018

Red Hot Wicked (2018) EXHIBITION ITINERARY

01/09/2018
RED HOT WICKED II

2018 Annual All Women Artist Group Exhibition
Website




Saturday, February 10th 2018
- Opening Reception for the Artists (6 – 9pm)
- Caroline Haydon – Video Wall Projection Performance 7:00 to 7:30 pm
- Aleksandra Karpowicz – Special Screening: “Definition of Sex” (8 -8:45)






My piece, Trophy, was selected for exhibition. 






Link here to see work on gallery website.


Friday, September 28, 2018

Voyage, Solo Show, Mercer University, 2014



I see maps and charts as precious objects – a portable source of information needed to find the way.  Items obtained on the journey are collected, documented and displayed.  I feel some sort of comfort in the fact that we are constantly documenting, keeping track of what we do.  The past is recorded and there is a continuous cycle of discovering it.  


Various media, installed on the wall. 













Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Tips on how to organize a yarn bomb

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Wednesday, August 22, 2018

The Three Chimneys, Ormond Beach, Florida

Last month I visited The Three Chimneys site in Ormond Beach. Dr. Shapiro was kind enough to give me a private tour. Will be updating this post with my notes at a later date. 














Sunday, August 12, 2018

Shell Mounds and Middens

1894 Sketch of Shell Mounds (Partial) - Courtesy of the former Volusia Museum - February 2001 - Beth Vining



Temple Mound at Crystal River, Fl Photo supplied by the University of South Florida


From "Certain Sand Mounds of the St. Johns River, Florida" by Clarence B. Moore,  May 22, 1894 and Published for the Harvard College Library.  
" It is probable that certain mounds were used as look-out stations, and possibly all in later times served for domiciliary purposes. The great mound at Tick Island, has an altitude of over 17ft, while the famous Mt. Royal, with a circumference of 555 ft, is in area approached by no mound on the St. Johns  river. 


Above images and text sourced from St. John's River Historical Society. Link here