A little different.

For the past 5 years or so I have been making work that has people’s faces printed onto it.  I dig it and it seems as though a great deal of other people do too.  I was surprised at my last go at the art making thing, as the result was quite different aesthetically, although the same in terms of concept.

tiny tshirts made from found clothing

***This piece, entitled Lost and Found, was inspired by all of the random clothing I find as I walk around the neighborhoods in Berkeley.  I always wonder who used to wear the clothes and who might wear them next.  Always feeding to my ever-thoughts about the strangers I will never meet.***

Perhaps my style is changing…

I don’t know yet how I feel about hanging this piece next to the other work I’ve completed for the Significant Stranger Project.  Will it work with Mr. Rogers or what about Mary?  Would they compliment each other?  Something I need to consider.  Most of my work doesn’t become complete until it is installed with the rest of its brothers and sisters in a large space.  There seems to be a conversation that happens when all the work is in one space together.  I’m busy trying to finish up this project to make sure that happens in the near future.  I’d like to see what the work has to say to itself.

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