A few pieces from my current show at the UCR Phyllis Gill Gallery!
Behind the Scenes
Gallery was cleared out so I could set up my show
Bags I reconstructed out of old clothing.
Typical Asian grandma..
I took both full view and close-up pictures of her work because even though they are interesting as a whole, the detail is what really draws you in. The first 2 pictures are line drawings and the second 2 are pictures of soup in which she mixed the colors using different ingredients and then photographed the soup and cut the photos out and layered them to make abstract shapes. All her work...
Saw this installation in Pomona today
Indications of a Presence Previous to the Now
Andrea Hidalgo’s work. It was an interesting show because it engaged all the senses including touch and smell (not something that comes across in pictures, obviously). All her pieces tied to her life personally and created a sort of three-dimensional picture plane.
An on-campus group show: Jackson Tsai Zerah Chung Chris Born
Welcome to my “studio”!
I picked up this book on Robert Rauschenberg’s “combines” recently and just noticed how much of an influence he has on my work. Interesting.
Jus-Tus’ - Paint the Town