Yep, right here we’re… again with the second half of my dialog with my wonderful pal, New York artist Petah Coyne. In case you missed Half I, Petah was sort sufficient to take over as ‘podcast host’ so she might interview me. We’re speaking concerning the opening of my present, what labored, what I’d change, what’s subsequent, and the entire many emotions that come crashing in after you’ve labored actually exhausting on a physique of labor for a very very long time. Hear proper up there underneath that beautiful vinyl lettering (I adore it when that goes up on the wall!), or obtain ART FOR YOUR EAR wherever you get your podcasts.
Alright, right here’s have a look at a bunch of the ‘specimens’, most of which had been shot by my proficient pal Stephanie Seaton:
Yep. Gum and cigarettes and birds and flowers and mushrooms and crocodiles! Stephanie and I are gonna return and shoot the collages as soon as the solar goes down as a result of, boy oh boy, that resin displays allllll the sunshine. I’ve posted a couple of movies of the collages although, so if you happen to’d prefer to take a peek yow will discover these proper right here: one, and two.
And at last, a selfie taken on one in all my many quiet, on-my-own, visits to the present…
… to ponder what is perhaps subsequent. Thanks a lot to Petah for doing this with me, and due to you for listening. ~ Danielle xo
- Petah on Instagram
- Petah’s “Black Sand” (full with motor oil!)
- Full video stroll by means of of the present! (by way of Instagram)
- Penticton Artwork Gallery
- Alexandra Goodall, Artist
- Sandy Skoglund, Artist
- White Lotus, TV Collection
- Lovely Weird Artwork Prize 2022