February 21, 2011
I returned late last night from a great extra long weekend in New York. Due to the incredibly warm weather the first couple days and the sheer amount of activities jammed into a short amount of time, it felt like very long vacation. I completely forgot that I live in Vermont and was delightfully exhausted upon my return. The highlights were margaritas in Soho, a bad performance in Chelsea, MoMA bookstore, 65 degree weather in Central Park, arm wrestling in Tribeca, George Condo and Eugene Von Bruenchenhein, and make-your-own bloody Marys in Greenpoint. I even allowed myself the rare sleep in this morning, after sleeping through the night for the first time in months.
As for studio, my show is only 2 weeks away so I’m diving right in to resolving some pieces so I can start planning the install and placement of everything. Remember that tree tank from back in December? I finally pulled it out and am working on how it will work as an object–here’s what it looks like right now:
I also added a few completed images of the raw wool objects to my website, so be sure to check those out:
December 27, 2010
One week left in 2010 and then it’s on to 2011! Dura Mater is finished and photographed, my new website is live, and graduate applications are coming to a close in the next couple weeks. Onward and upward! So this week, I’ll just provide a link to the new website, with the new work, for the new year. Enjoy!
August 20, 2007
Check out my brand spanking new website! www.msarmsdesign.com
So while this isn’t directly related to the Paper Jungle project, I just wanted to let everyone know that I now have a real website in addition to this blog. For now, the website is meant to give an overview of some of the work I’ve been doing over the last 4+ years. Eventually it may be expanded to include other things as my interests and opportunities grow and change, but for now you’ll find a main Projects section that shows a few larger, more in depth projects and an Explorations section with quicker studies and experiments. Now that I’ve finally graduated, I’ll be moving up to Boston within the next couple weeks to continue to pursue my art and design goals in a slightly bigger city than Providence. I’m in the process of looking for work, although I’m still not sure I’ve decided what exactly I’m looking for! So we’ll see what happens. In any event, you should check out the website and if you’re looking to hire someone, check out the resume that’s posted on the homepage as well. In the meantime, here’s a few of those transitional Paper Jungle photos that I promised a long time ago. Thanks to everyone who has been watching this project from the beginning, and to those who are just now checking in. It’s been a great process to go through and tons of fun. As always, feel free to contact me anytime with thoughts, opinions, questions or concerns!
These were taken about 2 months after the opening. The entire central column has been destroyed. Piles of flowers and plant forms fill the corners and center of the floor. A rainy April day outside with fallen leaves from the previous autumn looking a lot like fallen flowers.