My last day at the residency. Frank and Ellen only ask their residents for one thing — to do something with the community. I had been looking into local universities (there are many) and their print studios. We contacted Christopher Thomas at...
We did some holiday chores with Ellen and Frank. We got a huge 11’ tree for their living room and I got to give them my gift of an advent calendar I made slowly over the days here in the evenings. Can’t stop, won’t stop...
Tuesday Nov 26th My first day with visual artist Stacy Lynn Waddell started with her picking me up early at the Cassilhaus. Stacy and I hit it off quickly not only because we had met before at Tamarind when she visited and that she is a keen Tamarind follower, but...
Back at the earth casting site with Thomas Sayre and his team. To put it all together, we dug one day and poured two days. While pouring, Thomas shaped the discs, and after, I, “The Dirt Lady,” gently covered the piles with more dirt. Thomas encourage me to leave...
To start the day, I was introduced to Victor Lytvinenko at Raleigh Denim. He is an incredibly energetic person and generous as well; he gave us half of his day it felt like. I gained an apron – him, a lithograph. I found this podcast that tells the story of him...
Ellen and Frank are the most active people I’ve met in a while. I don’t understand how they promise to be in three places at once and succeed on it too! We visited Thomas Sayre again, but this time to see his amazing studio in Raleigh. “Clearscapes was formed in...
An exhibition navigating experiences of place, community, individuality, memory, histories, and futures. Featuring works by Abel Barroso, Amy Cutler, Ian Davis, Tiago Gualberto, Dyani White Hawk, Margo Humphrey, Michael Krueger, Hung
An exhibition navigating experiences of place, community, individuality, memory, histories, and futures. Featuring works by Abel Barroso, Amy Cutler, Ian Davis, Tiago Gualberto, Dyani White Hawk, Margo Humphrey, Michael Krueger, Hung Liu, Outi Pieski, David Rathman, Juan Sanchez, Jaune Quick-To-See Smith, and Marie Watt
September 27 (Friday) 5:00 pm - December 14 (Saturday) 4:00 pm
Tree Line: Edge and Energy of Habitat
Exhibition Dates: Jan 14 – May 16, 2020
The edge of the habitat at which trees are capable of growing is known as the tree
Tree Line: Edge and Energy of Habitat Exhibition Dates: Jan 14 – May 16, 2020
The edge of the habitat at which trees are capable of growing is known as the tree line; beyond this boundary, trees do not exist due to harsh conditions. In Tree Line: Edge and Energy of Habitat, artists depict trees in natural environments, in human-made settings, as commodities, as spiritual energy, and in the reaches of our imagination. The exhibition prompts us to consider the relationships between the limits of arboreal existence and ours.
Featured Artists: Chris Ballantyne, John Beerman, Luke Doorman, Nancy Friese, Rosana Paulino, Scott Green, Alison Saar, Jonathan Seliger, Tanja Softic, and Chris Uphues
January 14 (Tuesday) 1:00 am - May 16 (Saturday) 1:00 am